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Georgia man robs bank, uses unusual getaway vehicle


When people rob a bank, it is often a well-planned job with a reliable getaway vehicle to use after the crime. However, in Gwinnett County, Georgia, things turned out a little different during a robbery of an Associated Credit Union branch. According to witnesses and law enforcement, a man wearing a gray hoodie and skull cap approached a teller on this past Tuesday and demanded money. At first, the teller stated she could not understand the man and asked him to repeat his request, which he did. The teller was able to trigger a silent alarm while she gave the man a stack of bills and he fled in his getaway vehicle … correction, getaway bike.

That’s right, the unidentified man fled the scene with over $7,000 on a lavender colored bike with whitewall tires. The police have released surveillance footage of the bank robber and are requesting the public’s help in trying to apprehend the pedal-powered thief.

No weapons were used in the robbery and no one was hurt.

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