At the end of The Shawshank Redemption, Andy Dufresne escapes from the prison in the night, then during the next day he uses his fake identity and runs several banks, gets a convertible car and makes a cache in some remote quiet place that Red later finds, then he flees to Mexico.
Now banks don't open earlier than at 8 in the morning, more likely 9 in the morning. Just visiting each bank takes perhaps 20 minutes plus, also Andy was withdrawing large sums of money and it's quite common for banks to require a notice in advance in such cases so that the bank surely has enough cash. Those were different banks and they were likely not on the same square of the same town, so he also had to travel between them.
With the money he could get a car but that also takes some time. Finally he goes to the remote quiet place to make a cache.
All of this takes time and even though Andy acts under his fake identity he acts in open, his face is not concealed so he could have been identified if he was searched for anywhere near the banks.
Yet no one searches for him except near the prison and he escapes easily. How is that possible?