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Moville robbery suspect

Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew has released this image of a man sought Friday in the robbery of a bank in Moville, Iowa.

MOVILLE, Iowa -- The Woodbury County Sheriff said the man who robbed a Moville bank less than two hours ago has been injured Friday in a vehicle rollover north of Salix, Iowa.

Sheriff Dave Drew on his Twitter account at 2:20 p.m. wrote Iowa State Patrol and sheriff deputies had located the "subject involved in bank robbery after being involved in accident on gravel by Salix. Deputies & Troopers awaiting medical for injured party."

The vehicle rolled over east of Interstate 29 near 260th Street. Authorities had been following reports to try to find the fleeing man.

Drew just previously had released a photo of the man from the bank's surveillance camera. He said the man was possibly driving a stolen vehicle from Polk County in Iowa.

Authorities were called to United Bank of Iowa in Moville on a robbery call just before 12:30 p.m. At the time, Drew said no weapons were used during the robbery, and a white man of about age 50 fled in a smaller black vehicle.

United Bank of Iowa is located on South First Street, which is also Iowa Highway 140 in Moville.


MOVILLE, Iowa -- Law enforcement officials are seeking to find a man who reportedly robbed United Bank of Iowa in Moville on Friday afternoon.

The robbery was reported at 12:27 p.m., and Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew told the Journal that deputies are en route to the bank. Drew said no weapons were used during the robbery, and a white man of about age 50 fled in a smaller black vehicle.

United Bank of Iowa is located on South First Street, which is also Iowa Highway 140 in Moville.

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