Officials say Quick drove up to the drive-through window a little before 5 p.m., slipped a note to a female teller, then drove off with money.
Police later found the Quick's vehicle at a nearby cemetery. Canines later tracked him to his mother's home in Chandler, where he was in the garage located with a large amount of cash and a knife.
Authorities believe he acted alone. The investigation is ongoing.
PREVIOUS: Authorities are on scene of a possible bank robbery at the Chandler National Bank.
Authorities on scene tell Eyewitness News that a man pulled up to the drive-thru and robbed a female teller. The teller did not see a weapon, according to authorities. The alleged robbery happened around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon just as the bank was getting ready to close. Authorities on scene said one suspect was taken into custody in the 6600 block of David Drive. However, it is not known at this time whether the suspect acted alone. Authorities said the suspect's vehicle was found nearby at Greenwood cemetery.
Eyewitness News has a crew on the scene and will bring you the latest developments.