Man wanted by U.S. Marshals arrested in Lancaster County

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YORK COUNTY, Pa.--A man wanted by U.S. Marshals in York County on robbery charges was arrested Thursday in Lancaster.

Andrew Ishman, 30, is charged with four counts of robbery, theft by unlawful taking, terroristic threats, simple assault and firearms not to be carried without a license.

Andrew Ishman

Andrew Ishman

Ishman had been on the run for ten months following a robbery at the Susquehanna Bank (now BB&T Bank) in East Prospect Borough on April 24, 2015, according to  the U.S. Marshals Service. The entire robbery was captured by bank surveillance cameras. Authorities said Ishman concealed his identity by wearing a mask, pointed a gun at bank employees and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Over the course of the investigation authorities developed leads indicating that Ishman may be staying with a relative in the 500 block of Green Street in Lancaster. Members of the U.S. Marshal Task Force visited the home on Thursday and Ishman surrendered without incident.

His brother, 31-year-old Dennis Ishman was taken into custody on outstanding warrants.

Andrew Ishman was taken to the York County Sheriff's office to be arraigned.