A Harrisburg man is in Cumberland County Prison after East Pennsboro Township Police said he threatened employees and a customer at a bank during a robbery.

Aaron Devon Johnson, 29, was charged with four counts of felony robbery - threatening immediate serious injury, one county of felony eluding police and one county of robbery - demanding money from a financial institution after an incident Monday afternoon.

East Pennsboro Township Police said Johnson entered the PNC Bank in the 200 block of North Enola Road Monday afternoon and pointed a handgun at numerous bank employees and a customer. Police said he then placed the gun against the customer's arm and threatened to shoot her.

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Police responded to the robbery at 3:50 p.m. and immediately located the suspect vehicle on Enola Road in the area of Summerdale Plaza. Police attempted to stop the vehicle, but it fled at a high rate of speed, according to police.

Police said they pursued the vehicle through Susquehanna Township and into uptown Harrisburg. Police said Johnson bailed out of the vehicle and was apprehended in the area of Shamokin and Susquehanna streets. ABC27 News reported that the police chase had ended with a crash, which led to Johnson fleeing the vehicle.

Johnson was arraigned Tuesday morning, and bail was set at $200,000 cash, which he was unable to post. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 26 in front of Magisterial District Judge Michael Sanderson.

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