AMERICA’S most courteous crook told a bank clerk to “have a blessed day” before taking off with the stolen cash, cops say.
Authorities in Ohio are on the hunt for the polite thief, who robbed a PNC bank on Friday after handing over a demand note.
“Thank you. Have a nice or blessed day,” he said, before fleeing the scene, according to the FBI.
Their Cleveland Division say the hooded hoodlum entered the bank in South Euclid at around 1:30 pm.
The thief informed the teller the bank would be robbed in his note, reports FOX 8 Cleveland.
The employee complied with his demands, handing over an undisclosed amount of cash.
South Euclid Police Department issued a Facebook appeal for any information yesterday.
They confirmed criminals have previously been caught when someone recognized them on social media.
The news comes less than a year after another Ohio bank was robbed by a not-so-savvy thief.
Back in August, Michael Harrell, 54, also gave a note to the teller at a U.S. Bank branch on Euclid Avenue.
Harried Harrell didn’t realize his name and address were on the piece of paper when he took off with the money.
He wrote his demands on a Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles document and he was also caught on CCTV.
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The FBI confirmed this wannabe thief was later nabbed by local cops, reported FOX 4 Now.
The most recent Cleveland robber has yet to be caught by authorities there.
Anyone with information should contact the South Euclid Police Department, the Cleveland Division of the FBI or Crime Stoppers.
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