Omaha Police are looking for information about a downtown bank robbery.
At 4:32 p.m., officers responded to a robbery call at Creighton Federal Credit Union, near 25th and Dodge streets, which had been robbed just 10 days ago.
Witnesses told police that two men armed with handguns walked into the bank on Thursday and demanded cash.
An OPD press release described the suspects as black men wearing white bandanas on their faces; one was wearing a tan "Carhartt" coat, the other a black coat and green gloves.
Police said the men fled in a grey Chevy Tahoe with an undetermined amount of cash. The vehicle was later recovered near 36th and Charles streets.
The Tahoe's vehicle registration led police to 38th and Franklin streets. OPD said they found several men at the residence who matched the description of the bank robbers.
Tyrrell Davis was arrested at the scene, and taken away in an OPD police cruiser in handcuffs for robbery, use of a weapon and felon in possession of a firearm. Five other men were transported to central headquarters for questioning.
Police said they also found a firearm in the vicinity of the house.
The investigation is ongoing. Crime Stoppers urges anyone with information to call 402-444-STOP, or make a report at omahacrimestoppers.org or through the P3 Tips mobile app.