DALLAS -- An alleged bank robber was forced out of a North Texas bank Saturday through a window, and it was all caught on tape.
Police say the man broke in while the American First National Bank on Denton Road was closed, but didn't make a clean getaway.
Patty Hamilton of Las Colinas shot video of the attempted escape on her iPhone.
"Actually, as a photographer, I wanted to get closer," Hamilton said.
Hamilton came across the scene just before 3 p.m.
"Broad daylight. Middle of the day," she said. "Middle of Dallas."
Hamilton and her husband had stopped at the neighboring bank's ATM, when "This police car just cut us off and kinda just freaked us out," she said.
That's when they noticed guns being drawn.
"It was just so surreal," she said. "So fast. So startling."
In the video, you see the alleged bank robber climbing out the broken back window. More police respond. Then the suspect surrenders and is caught.
"There was this busted-out window and guns were pulled, and we're like, 'Oh my God! There's a bank robbery going on!'" Hamilton said.
Lots of candy wrappers are visible on the floor of the bank What you see on the floor of the bank. Dallas police say the suspect left wrappers and his wallet on the bank's floor.
Only chocolates were taken from the bank, along with the suspect to jail.
The suspect has not been identified.