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By Theresa Freed
July 12, 2010
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A man caught on security camera robbing KU Credit Union was found by police hours after the incident.
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He was probably robbing it to make sure he had enough money for the new property tax increases :))
I think the solution to end bank robberies is the system used in Europe where you enter a bank by going into a bullet proof glass inclosed hallway which has a metal detector before you get to the main lobby. If the metal detector goes off you have to empty your pockets into a tray and go through the detector until is does not buss. That eliminates all guns and knifes. Should someone rob the bank with some other means, they have to exit back through the same hall which has 2 doors. When the robber enters the first door into this hallway both doors are locked electrictly trapping the robber inside. That is a fail safe deterant to bank robbers.
no; i think he was robbing the bank because he was just stupid. had he spent that time filling out an application at spangles, wendy's, or one of the other restuarants around the area he would have had an interview by friday; now look at the dummy. just a shame.
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