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Bank Robber Uses Mitt Romney Mask

Sunday, 16 Dec 2012 09:07 PM

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In one more insulting blow to Mitt Romney's bad year, a man wearing a mask designed to look like the former presidential candidate robbed a Virginia bank outside of Washington D.C. Thursday — the same bank hit by a robber in a Hillary Clinton mask two years ago.

Oddly, that's not the only reason the FBI is calling the holdup unusual, according to NBC 4 in Washington.

The robbery at a Wells Fargo in Sterling, Virginia, was not a grab-and-go robbery. The gun-wielding robber, wearing the mask and a Florida State sweatshirt, got money from one teller, but apparently that wasn't enough.

He then went teller to teller in the bank until he took from all five.

Local police went to a store called Party City, part of a national chain, behind the bank to see if anyone bought a mask there Thursday.


 

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