CHICAGO (CBS) — A suspect was fatally shot by Chicago Police following a bank robbery Monday morning in the Southwest Side Archer Heights neighborhood.

The officer-involved shooting happened in the 4900 block of South Karlov after a bank robbery, according to Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.

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An FBI task force has been sent to investigate a bank robbery at the Byline Bank at 4970 South Archer, according to an FBI spokesman.

Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said the suspect was believed to have robbed another Byline bank branch, 6257 S. Austin, over the weekend. Police say the suspect has distinctive shoes, connecting him to the robbery on Saturday.

At a briefing this afternoon, Johnson said the suspect was chased down a gangway when he turned toward the officers with a weapon. The officer shot the suspect, who was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

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Johnson said a weapon was recovered and that nobody else was injured.

Denise Bembenek says she heard the gunshots and called police. She says the shooting has her feeling nervous.

“I want to move,” she said. “Started texting everybody trying to find a new place to stay. I don’t want to stay here no more.

The shooting will be investigated by the Independent Police Review Authority.Police say officers involved in the shooting will be placed on administrative duties for 30 days.

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Sources tell CBS 2 tests on the suspect’s gun show he shot at officers today, but none were hit.