#1 Bank robber stole a bag full of money — but forgot his car keys on the counter, cops say by Cincinnatus 19.01.2018 23:55

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A man robbing a Utah bank told the two tellers he had a gun, and he demanded they hand over their money, police said.

Then David Hamson, 39, stuffed the cash into a bag around 5:30 p.m. Thursday and left the Taylorsville, Utah, bank, hoping to get away from the crime scene in a car he’d stolen, police told KSL.

As he got to into his getaway car, though, Hamson realized he’d made a big mistake: He had left the keys to his stolen car on the counter at America First Credit Union, witnesses told police. At that point, Hamson decided to flee on foot, News 4 Utah reports.

But even on foot Hamson kept tripping up, police said. As he ran away, his bag of cash got caught on something and ripped, according to police, sending the stolen money flying, KSL reports.

Police caught up with Hamson shortly after the robbery, not far from the bank. Witnesses in the area helped police track him down, News 4 Utah reports.

Hamson is described in a jail report reviewed by KSL as “a known suspect in bank robberies which have occurred in West Valley City and Salt Lake City.”



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#2 RE: Bank robber stole a bag full of money — but forgot his car keys on the counter, cops say by algernonpj 20.01.2018 09:21

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