Rapinatore di banche del Tennessee catturato pochi minuti dopo aver chiesto contanti con una nota sul filtro del caffè: "Soldi nel cassetto"

Allen Clark, 49, è entrato nella Pinnacle Bank di Murfreesboro, una città situata a circa 35 miglia a sud-est di Nashville, appena prima 9:30 a.m. e porse a un cassiere un biglietto scritto su un filtro da caffè che richiedeva il “money in the drawer,” Murfreesboro police ha detto in un comunicato stampa.

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Officer tracked down Clark in less than nine minutes after receiving a call about the strong-arm robbery, and a short foot chase ensued, ha detto la polizia. Clark was taken into custody and found with the bank’s cash still on his person.

A detailed description from bank tellers and witnesses, helped officers arrest Allen Clark minutes after he robbed the Pinnacle Bank in Murfreesboro on Monday.

A detailed description from bank tellers and witnesses, helped officers arrest Allen Clark minutes after he robbed the Pinnacle Bank in Murfreesboro on Monday. (Murfreesboro TN Police Department)

During Clark’s short-lived getaway, police said he discarded his face mask, jacket and hat, all of which were found near a dumpster across the street from the bank.

Police said that a detailed description from the bank tellers and witnesses helped them quickly nab Clark, who was already wanted on a fugitive from justice warrant. Police did not give further details on the warrant.

Durante l'incidente, Black Fox Elementary School was placed on a temporary lockdown, which was lifted following Clark’s arrest.

Clark was booked in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center on an $ 80,000 legame.

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