UPDATE: Man arrested after attempted bank robbery in Rockford

ROCKFORD (WREX) — UPDATE: The Rockford Police Department says a man is in custody after a bank robbery Friday afternoon.

They say 32-year-old Dion Dixon is charged with aggravated robbery and robbery.

Police got the call around 9:15 a.m. to the Associated Bank located at 2720 11th St. When officers got there, they learned the suspect entered the bank, implied he had a weapon and demanded money from the tellers. The suspect then fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Nobody was injured during the robbery.

Dixon is in custody in the Winnebago County Jail.

ROCKFORD (WREX) — The Rockford Police Department is on scene of a bank robbery in Rockford.

The incident happened at Associated Bank on 11th Street.

13 WREX has a reporter on the way and will update you with information as soon as it becomes available.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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