Robber's Holdup Note Helps Police Find Suspect
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. This story brings to mind the newsman Jimmy Breslin, who quoted a crack dealer complaining about the state of the schools. He couldn't find enough smart crooks to hire. In Murray, Utah, a man handed a note to a bank teller, demanding cash. The teller gave it up, but kept the note, and police found the robber using that paper. The reverse side contained the robber's name and Social Security number, which he'd filled out for a drug test.
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