Know This L.A. Dodgers Hat-Wearing Maryland Bank Robber? [Cuff 'Em]
It’s a new series we’re developing for Cuff ‘Em where we’ll take a look at the baseball cap of choice for bank robbers. Yesterday we got things started with Cleveland Indians guy. Today our investigators head to Edgewater, Maryland where this Dodgers fan decided he wanted to make an illegal withdrawal from a M&T Bank. But this isn’t the normal cap & sunglasses heist. Yep, that’s hosiery over his face.
From the Patch.com network of community news sites that’ll eventually put newspapers out of business:
Police said the robbery happened just after 9 a.m. at the bank in the 3100 block of Solomons Island Road.
The robber did not appear to have a weapon. He came in and demanded money, police said. The teller complied, handing over an undisclosed amount of money.
The bank robber then ran away, heading west into the community of Southdown Shores.
We suspect this wasn’t the dude’s first rodeo. Just after 9 a.m.? Um, he knew those tellers had a full load of cash in the morning. Clue #1: Does your bro constantly wear a Dodgers cap even though he lives in Maryland? Clue #2: Does your boy do his banking before live mid-morning ESPN SportsCenter marathons?
There you go, we’ve already nearly helped crack this case wide open.
Scared to turn on your bro? We aren’t. Give us the details. In fact, we’ll take the reward money and fly out and treat you to a Baltimore Ravens game in October. Deal?