Bank Robber's Escape Foiled When He Gets Stuck in Air Duct, Police Say

Bank Robber's Escape Foiled When He Gets Stuck in Air Duct, Police Say

June 6, 2012

This could be called a bad fit.

According to the Chicago Tribune, authorities said a 38-year-old Chicago man suspected of robbing a suburban Chicago bank was arrested Sunday after becoming stuck in an air duct inside a nearby business.

The man had to be cut out of the air duct in order to be freed, according to the Chicago Tribune store. He was charged with bank robbery in federal court, according to the Tribune.

Read the Chicago Tribune story HERE.

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