Found October 10, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
Are you out of work, behind on your house payments, the electric is about to be shut off and you need to pay for a divorce? Getting out of debt could be easy. Do you know this bank robber? Would you consider turning on your homeboy, but don’t have the nerves to rat? Let us help you. We’ll turn on your homeboy. And split the reward money with you! It’s a win-win.mail@bustedcoverage.comVia:According to police, a white man entered the TD Bank at 1753 Connecticut Ave., NW, near Dupont Circle just before noon on Friday, Oct. 5. He approached the teller and gave a note demanding money.“Simultaneously, he set an object on the counter that he indicated was a bomb,” said FBI Special Agent Dave LeValley.“It’s almost as if someone was on their lunch break and decided to rob a bank,” said LeValley.After leaving the bank, the man fled the scene in a taxi. The FBI and police hope the cab driver who picked him up will contact them.Look closely at that photo. There’s a good chance this guy could be sitting next to you at the bar today for the 1 p.m. first pitch from St. Louis.Turn him in and make some cash for the Reds-Nationals NLCS.Filed under: Baseball

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