Someone Returned $500,000 Taken In Wells Fargo Robbery: FBI Doesn’t Know Who

Someone Returned $500,000 Taken In Wells Fargo Robbery: FBI Doesn’t Know Who

Last week, two masked robbers hit a Wells Fargo branches in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Police believe the same pair robbed a different branch in January. They were verbally abusive toward bank staff, threatened them with handguns, and entered the vaults, taking $500,000 in the second robbery and $1 million in the first. This week, something strange happened: someone brought a third of the money back. [More]

Taxi Driver Paid $600 To Be Unwitting Accomplice In Bank Robbery

Taxi Driver Paid $600 To Be Unwitting Accomplice In Bank Robbery

We’ve written before about triple-digit taxi fares, but it’s usually a case of sketchy drivers taking advantage of naive customers or passengers who don’t realize there are less-expensive options. So here’s a story of how a cab driver in Kansas was paid $600 to help a bank robber make his escape. [More]

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Observant Bank Teller Recognizes Alleged Robber As Customer: “Hey, I Know You!”

As the old saying goes, “Don’t [dispose of your bodily waste] where you eat.” One Massachusetts woman learned that the hard way, when a teller at the bank she was allegedly attempting to rob had a bit of a “Eureka!” moment. The plot went all twisty when the teller recognized the person robbing the bank as a customer. Awkward. [More]