Hapless bank robber used demand note that has his name and address written on the back

Mail Online | 8/2/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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An Ohio man has been arrested after he walked into a local bank and passed a note demanding money to the bank teller - but it also had his name and address written on the back.

Surveillance footage shows 54-year-old Michael Harrell walking into a U.S. Bank in Cleveland, wearing a ball cap and doing the bare minimum to conceal his identity.

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He then handed over a note to the teller that read: 'This is a robbery. Don't get nobody hurt.'

But on the other side of the note, Harrell actually assisted authorities in catching him by making no effort to hide his name and address, CNN reports.

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'When the teller took the note and looked at it and looked at the other side, she saw his name. He had used a note that he had used earlier at the (Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles) and it had his name on it,' FBI...
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