Monday, August 16, 2010

I don't think he really thought this through

I don't know a whole lot about robbing banks, but I'm pretty sure it works better if the employees at the particular branch you're sticking up can't easily identify you:
The FBI says a man arrested in an Ohio bank robbery looked familiar to bank employees. Turns out, he had an account there and was one of their customers. Agent Harry Trombitas said 43-year-old Alan Garrett turned himself in Friday, two days after the bank holdup in suburban Galloway.
They also got his license plate number as he was driving away. At least he managed not to drop his wallet inside the bank branch or hand the teller a copy of his resume, but that sounds like just about all he got right here.

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