It’s safe to say that being a fan of the San Diego Padres is absolutely miserable. The front office still hasn’t figured out a way to manufacture runs in their spacious park, Dodgers fans overrun the place during divisional games, and they’re paying Matt Kemp $21.5 million a year until 2019. It’s absolutely dreadful.
So yeah, we’re not exactly shocked to see a young Padres fan went off the rails and robbed two banks in a 90-minute span two weeks ago.
Details of the crimes from the Times of San Diego:
A Rolando-area supermarket banking desk and a credit union office several miles away were robbed in just over 90 minutes Thursday, apparently by the same distinctively attired young thief.
A thin man with a solitary white glove on his right hand passed demand notes to tellers at a US Bank office at a Vons store in the 6100 block of El Cajon Boulevard and at a California Coast Credit Union branch in the 8000 block of La Mesa Boulevard shortly before 11:30 a.m. and just after 1 p.m., respectively, according to the FBI.
The suspect is described as 5’7,” 140-pound male in his late teens or early 20s. There’s a $1,000 reward up for grabs if any tipsters have leads.