No Keys for the Getaway Car

A bank robber in Portland, Oregon, reached the end of his crime spree when he made a rookie mistake: he left his car keys in the bank he just robbed.

On Monday, Andrew Frank Laviguer, 57, robbed the Wells Fargo branch on 11th Avenue in Portland, Ore., police spokesman Sgt. Pete Simpson said. But during the robbery, he apparently left his car keys in the bank.

Since he couldn’t drive away, Simpson said he instead fled into a nearby office building where officers quickly caught up and arrested him.

Investigators linked Laviguer to at least five other robberies in the last two months, There's no word on whether the getaway car was locked. Link -via Fark

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