Last week’s story was about a breaking and entering that wasn’t planned out very well to say the least. It’s difficult to imagine that this week’s story could top last week’s. Remember that the suspect from last week left fingerprints and blood at the scene and then tried to cash in numbered scratch tickets. Before you rush to judgment, just wait to hear what this next person did.
Picture of a traffic jam taken by Ian Britton: Freefoto.com
Story number 2: Traffic anyone?
A suspect decides to rob a bank downtown Boston late Friday afternoon. He goes into the bank without a hat, sunglasses, or any type of disguise. The bank has a main entrance and a side entrance. The suspect has a getaway car and driver waiting at the side entrance. As a result, the suspect wants to wait for the bank window that is closest to the side entrance.
The problem starts with the fact that there aren’t too many people waiting in line. There are several windows open and several bank tellers are asking the suspect if he needs help with anything. The suspect is persistent in his desire to wait for that one bank teller closest to the side door. The suspect ends up waiting for the bank teller closest to the side door for up to 10 minutes. This gives the other bank workers ample opportunity to look at the suspect. If that isn’t enough, the cameras are recording him this entire time.
Finally, the suspect goes up to his desired window and hands the bank teller a note demanding money. The bank teller calmly hands over the money and the suspect flees out the side door. With all the information the police probably would have caught the person sooner or later, but this is when the situation makes a turn for the worse.
Not really planning out his getaway route, the suspect takes 93 South for his escape. Now anyone that works in Boston knows that 93 South on a late Friday afternoon is similar to a parking lot. The police find out that the suspect fled onto 93 South, get onto 93 South, put on their lights and gently weave through traffic. The suspect is found stuck in traffic not more than 3 exits away from downtown.
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