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Bank Robber Ends Up Leaving The Getaway Car Keys Inside The Bank

Tanya

We have all misplaced our keys at some point. Left them in the house or locked them in the car or just simply put them down someplace and can’t find them! So we can all relate to this story.

There was a  57 year old man who robbed a bank in Portland, Oregon last Monday. But when he got to his getaway car, he realized made perhaps the biggest mistake…he’d left his car keys inside the bank!

Police eventually found him hiding in a nearby office building.

Can you imagine him right now sitting in his jail cell saying “if only I didn’t set those keys down!!!”  lol

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