BELLMAWR, New Jersey (WPVI) -- Police say a bank robbery led to a police pursuit and eventually a crash in Bellmawr, Camden County.
According to Franklin Township police, it all began when the suspect, 30-year-old David Glenn of Bridgeton, walked into the Malaga branch of the Newfield National Bank late Tuesday morning.
Glenn allegedly demanded cash from the tellers and told them he had a gun.
After obtaining the cash, police say Glenn fled in a black Mazda 6.
The vehicle was spotted a short time later on Route 42 in the area of Interstate 295 in Bellmawr. Glenn led officers on a brief pursuit, police say, before crashing into a median.
Investigators say Glenn fled on foot, but was eventually captured.
Chopper 6 was over the scene where cash could be seen inside the car and on the roadway.
Glenn was charged with robbery, theft and making terroristic threats.