Calling ahead doesn't help would-be Conn. bank robbers
A man and a teenager were arrested in Connectcicut after they called a bank telling them to have money ready when they arrived -- giving police time to prepare for them, according to this report:
The call came in to the People's United Bank in Stratfield Center around 3:00 p.m. The caller stated that he was sending someone in and that the teller should hand over $100,000.
By the time one of the suspects walked into the bank, police were already on their way.
Read the full story on the KRQE web site.
Washington Post Editors
March 25, 2010; 7:54 AM ET
Categories: Around the Nation , Offbeat
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