Waterloo Bank where attempted armored car robbery happened.

The name of the man who died from gunshot wounds in Wednesday’s attempted armor car robbery has been released. Waterloo police have identified the man as 37-year-old Bryce Miller of rural La Porte City.

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The suspect who was shot during the attempted robbery of an armored truck outside a Waterloo bank Wednesday morning has died — and a second suspect is in custody.

Waterloo police confirmed the suspect’s death in a press release Wednesday evening. Authorities say the man died at a local hospital after he was shot by security guards outside a U.S. Bank branch on Kimball Avenue. Police did not immediately identify the dead man.

Police say a second man, who fled the scene in a getaway car, was later apprehended outside a convenience store on the other side of the city. Police took 28-year-old Rogelio Gonzalez into custody on a charge of first-degree robbery.

The incident began around 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, when police responded to a report of shots fired at U.S. Bank. When officers arrived, they found the man who later died from gunshot wounds

(By Elwin Huffman, KOEL, Waterloo)