(The AEGIS Alliance) – A man in California that apparently robbed a Chase bank in Southern California was placed under arrest by the cops after he had been caught trying to burglarize the exact same Chase bank branch the following day.
On mid-day Monday, the male suspect went into the Fountain Valley Chase bank, then gave a bank employee a note that demanded cash.
Prior to police being able to respond to the burglary, the scoundrel fled with a “large amount of cash,” according to the Fountain Valley Police Department.
Then, on mid-day Tuesday, cops got yet one more phone call concerning a robbery happening at the exact same place.
Police who arrived on the scene dealt with the suspect and caught up with him, then apprehended the age 33 male suspect.
The male suspect has not been identified but has been convicted of robbery several times before, he is currently locked up behind bars at the Orange County Jail with a bail amount set at $170,000.
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