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Authorities in southwest Iowa say suspect died from self-inflicted gunshot after bank robbery

Suspect in Southwest Iowa Bank Robbery Dies of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

The small town of Lenox, Iowa was shaken by a bank robbery that took a tragic turn as the suspect involved died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The incident unfolded at the Iowa State Savings Bank on Monday afternoon, when a male subject entered the bank and demanded money before making a swift escape on a motorcycle.

Law enforcement agencies from multiple counties, including the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa State Patrol, sprang into action to pursue the suspect as he fled into Adams County. The chase came to a dramatic end when the suspect lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a farm field before fleeing on foot.

As authorities closed in on the suspect, he made a fatal decision to take his own life by firing a single round. The man’s body will undergo an autopsy by the state medical examiner to determine the exact cause of death. The identity of the suspect has not been disclosed by officials at this time.

The community is left in shock and mourning as they come to terms with the tragic outcome of the bank robbery. Stay updated on this developing story by downloading the free KCCI app for the latest updates on the go.


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