NORFOLK, Neb. -- A 54-year-old Norfolk man was arrested following a robbery at a local business. 

The Norfolk Police Division said around 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, officers were dispatched a the 100 block of Norfolk Ave. for a reported robbery. 

When officers got the the scene, NPD said they were able to speak to the victim. Police said the victim gave them a physical description of the suspect as well as the direction the suspect was headed. 

While investigating the scene, officers said they learned that the suspect, later identified as 54-year-old Robert Edwards, took money out of the register and tried to leave. 

NPD said the victim went after the suspect and tried to get the money back. It was reported that there was a short struggle between the victim and Edwards. 

During the struggle, police said the victim was able to get the money back before Edwards left the business. 

While the scene was being investigated, an officer said they started to search the area and during this time they found that several people in the area were spoken to and given a description of Edwards. 

Around 11:40 a.m., authorities said an officer was investigating a lead in the robbery when he was approached by a person saying he believed to know who the suspect might be and where he was at. 

NPD said the officer was taken to the believed location, where they had spoken to a male suspect who was identified as Edwards. 

According to Norfolk Police, officers were able to make a connection between Edwards and the robbery with physical evidence as well as statements that were made by Edwards. 

Edwards was arrested for robbery and booked into the Norfolk City Jail. He was later taken to the Madison County Jail.