Police in Murray used a Taser on Monday to subdue a man they thought was responsible for a bank robbery. Bank employees pointed to the man as the suspect, but police quickly learned that the the 20-year-old was not only innocent but mentally disabled. The man was waiting for a bus near the Wells Fargo bank at 6100 S. State Street when the branch was robbed around 5 p.m. Coincidentally, the man was wearing a bright orange shirt and blue hat - the same as the robber,aid bank employees.

Carol Sisco
with the state Division of Child and Family Services said the man was doing well Tuesday and understands that he was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. The bank robber is still at large.