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Bank robber eats demand note on camera

November 24, 2009 | Comment icon 6 comments



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A man who entered a bank on Thursday and handed over a note threatening to open fire if he wasn't given the money was later apprehended by police and caught on camera trying to eat the note in order to hide the evidence.
A suspected bank robber was caught on camera apparently eating his demands note shortly after police handcuffed him. On Thursday a man entered a First Merit bank in Streetsboro, Ohio, and handed a worker a note that said he would shoot her if she did not give him money, police said.


Source: Telegraph | Comments (6)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by GhostWhisper 12 years ago
Well you can't blame a guy for tryin'.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Hashbrown 12 years ago
Maybe he was just hungry for money.
Comment icon #3 Posted by kurethmu 12 years ago
Einstein
Comment icon #4 Posted by Rhungobains 12 years ago
Well there's no evidence to say he was trying to destroy evidence. Maybe he was just peckish at the time?
Comment icon #5 Posted by schizoidwoman 12 years ago
Well there's no evidence to say he was trying to destroy evidence. Maybe he was just peckish at the time? So always eat before you go bank robbing.
Comment icon #6 Posted by UmberjaneH 11 years ago
Young robbers was arrested because of sharing their exploits on Facebook landed them in jail. Revealing every little thing on Facebook feels like second nature. A group of young bank robbers shared their adventures on Facebook. Law enforcement officials were tipped off, and they all got arrested. Law enforcement checked Facebook after an anonymous tip alerted them to the appearance of the postings. The proof is here: Facebook posts lead to bank robbery arrests


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