Robbers Call Ahead, Instructing Bank to Have Money Waiting for Them When They Arrive

Bank robbers Albert Bailey and an unidentified sixteen-year-old accomplice were arrested by police in Fairfield, Connecticut as soon as they arrived at the bank that they planned to rob. Perhaps it was calling ahead and telling the bank employees to have the money waiting for them that undermined their cunning plan:

Police arrested 27-year-old Albert Bailey and an unidentified 16-year-old boy on robbery charges on Tuesday afternoon.

Sgt James Perez said the two Bridgeport residents turned up at the bank about 10 minutes after making the call and were met by police in the bank's car park.

Sgt Perez told the Connecticut Post that, in his opinion, the suspects were "not too bright".


Link | Photo: flickr user gcfairch, used under Creative Commons license

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