Two men were arrested Saturday afternoon after an armed robbery of Bank of America in Glen Ellyn.
At 11 a.m., officers were called Bank of America, 600 Roosevelt Road, for the report of an armed robbery, according to the Glen Ellyn Police Department's Deputy Chief Bill Holmer.
An employee at the bank reported a white male in his 70s demanded money, displayed a gun and fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash, Holmer said.
The suspect left the scene in a vehicle, which officers were able to tail to Lombard, he said. Officers cornered the men at the intersection of St. Charles Road and Main Street. The men were taken into custody with the assistance of the Lombard Police Department.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation was contacted and took the men into custody, Holmer said. Their names and ages were being withheld pending formal charges.