This man robbed the Wells Fargo bank in Red Lion on Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
This man robbed the Wells Fargo bank in Red Lion on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. (Courtesy of YARPD)

Police said they've captured the one-handed man suspected of robbing a Red Lion bank Tuesday afternoon.

James Austin Stuller, 36, of 46 N. Main St. in the borough, was arrested Thursday by state police in a parking lot in Somerset, said Sgt. Jeff Dunbar of York Area Regional Police.

The parking lot is across the street from the home of Stuller's wife or estranged wife, according to police.

Stuller will be charged with robbing the Wells Fargo bank at 1 N. Main St. about 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dunbar said.

He walked into the bank, handed a teller a note demanding cash, then fled the bank, police said.

He fled his home before investigators got there, taking off in a blue Ford Windstar minivan, the sergeant said.

After the robbery, police released information about Stuller and asked the public for help in finding the man. At that time, police said Stuller is missing his right hand.