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Ottawa Police Department.
This photo shows the truck used by the suspect in the July 15, 2011, robbery at Great Southern Bank in Ottawa. The truck was described as a 1970s or 1980s red Toyota or Nissan pick-up truck, with rust on the passenger side bed.
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Let me guess; he left his hand written, fingerprinted note behind.
didnt he see the no weapon sign :) ------ the tellers should feel safe since their company put that on the door.
I didn't notice the no guns sign before you found it. That bank is totally safe from robbers using guns. It's aginst the law, you know to enter with a gun. So, I am sure the robber wouldn't have had one, 100 % sure, yep!
Yeah! You go.
It would have been way better if everyone was armed and there was a HUGE gun battle with 2 or 3 people in the hospital, maybe an innocent kid shot in the head!
That would be WAY better than a guy getting away with $3-4K in cash.
Heck, the medical bills alone for a single shooting victim would eclipse the losses to the bank.
They'll catch him. They usually do. He goes to jail, nobody gets hurt.
Yes, because obviously that is happening all over the place at other businesses that allow people to carry concealed into them.
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