LOGAN — Two men were arrested not long after police say they robbed a bank in Logan this morning.

Zions Bank, 133 E. 1400 North, had just opened when a man entered a little after 9 a.m. The man handed a teller a note demanding money and claiming he was armed, said Logan Police Capt. Eric Collins.

After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, the man ran to the parking lot where a second man was waiting in a car, Collins said. Officers arrived just as the men attempted to leave and blocked all the parking lot entrances to the street, he said.

The men got out of their car and tried to run. One man got about 100 yards before being Tasered by officers and arrested. The second ran about 300 yards before being tackled by police and arrested.

The officer who tackled the man, a North Park police veteran, suffered a broken leg in the process, Collins said. After tackling the man, the hard landing resulted in a stress fracture to the officer's lower leg, he said.

"He'll be out of work for a little while," Collins said.

Despite the pain, the officer was able to subdue the man and hold on to him until other officers could catch up.

Javin James Kunsman, 19, and 23-year-old Kelly James Muir, both from Cache County, were taken into custody. Collins said detectives did not believe the men could be connected to any other Logan robberies, but the FBI was assisting in the investigation.