Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward The Anchorage Daily News reports on robbing charges against a man. He left a credit union with nearly a thousand dollars, then went to Walmart. He disguised himself, buying a green vest and hat.
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Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward

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Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward

Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward

Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward

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The Anchorage Daily News reports on robbing charges against a man. He left a credit union with nearly a thousand dollars, then went to Walmart. He disguised himself, buying a green vest and hat.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A man in Alaska held up a credit union. The Anchorage Daily News reports Michael Jensen allegedly handed a note to a bank teller and left with nearly $1,000. Then, he was on the run, so he needed a disguise. He went to Walmart. He bought a green vest and hat, along with cigarettes, and, in the spirit of the season, left spare change in a donation bucket as he left. Yet, despite his efforts and his generosity, police arrested the man a short time later.

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