Bank Robber ID’ after writing a request note on his pay stub

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A Detroit bank robber accused of targeting different banks has been located by the FBI after writing his demands on his pay stub.

According to ClickOnDetroit, the FBI tracked down thieves who targeted financial institutions in Eastpointe, Grosse Pointe Woods, Harper Woods and Redford Township. The Redford Township robbery is when it all started to fall apart for the suspected thieves.

Police allege Collin Carl Love Jr. walked into Community Choice Credit Union and handed the cashier a note that read;

“I want $20,000. All 100 dollar bills, no dye packs, no tracking devices or funny stuff, I got a gun and I’m gonna shoot somebody. PSA, give me that check back when you’re done!

The bank teller went to get the money from the back and told the manager what was going on. While the manager was calling the authorities, the cashier gave Love $4,000.

Once police arrived, they said Love left her application note, which was written on a pay stub from a temp agency that included her name. The temp agency also provided police with the man’s cellphone number, which authorities traced to CashApp accounts.

That’s not all, however, ClickOnDetroit also notes that during Harper Woods’ bank robbery, the man again used a pay stub that was tested by the FBI and returned a match for his fingerprint. . Eventually, the police were able to gather enough information to arrest Love on probable cause.

A second man, LaRonte Hill, was also arrested.


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