An employee tried to track down the suspect, which helped lead police to him.
Police credit an employee at a sandwich shop in the Westwood neighborhood with helping them apprehend a robber.
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CINCINNATI -- Police credit an employee at a sandwich shop in Westwood with helping them apprehend a robber.
Police say Daniel Dezarn walked into a Subway restaurant on Harrison Avenue before 8 p.m. Sunday and demanded money. After he fled the store, an employee contacted police and chased after him, according to Cincinnati police.
Officers used the information from the 911 call to locate and arrest Dezarn.
Dezarn was held Monday on $400,000 bond.
It's unclear what was taken during the robbery.
Photographer Jeremy Glover contributed to this report.