Why Can't All Armed Robbers Be As Polite As The Guy Who Just Held Up A South Carolina Bank?
In a wonderful example of Southern manners, a pistol-packing gentleman said “Sorry for the inconvenience” as he departed yesterday from a Wells Fargo bank in South Carolina that he had just robbed, police report.
The suspect entered the Spartanburg bank around 9:30 AM Monday and walked to the counter, where he removed pillow cases from a backpack and “told the clerk to fill up the bags and empty the drawers.” The man then escaped through a back door with an undisclosed amount of cash--but not before apologizing to witnesses and bank personnel.
Cops described the white male suspect as about 6’ and between 20 and 35 years old. Witnesses told cops that he was “wearing dark sweat pants, light color rain coat with the hood over his head and tightened around the face, dark female glasses with flowers on it and pink and green frame, tennis shoes, a medical mask and carrying a grey back pack.”