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Long Island Cops Hope Bad Grammar Nails Bank Robber
Twenty-five grand could be yours — if you can identify a bank robber who can't spell.
Suffolk County, N.Y., police are on the trail of the man who's held up eight local banks since June, reports News12 of Long Island. In each case, he's handed a note in surreal English to tellers while claiming to have a gun.
One note read, "THis is A RobrEy HANDOVER cAsH FAST + No oNE GET HuRT 50 + 100 oNLy."
The errors are so bad, the cops wonder whether they're intended to throw them off.
Detective Vincent O'Leary said the robber is probably someone well known to family, friends and co-workers. Up to $25,000 is being offered as a reward for information leading to a suspect's arrest.
Not that there isn't other suspects in the forums..