A courteous man robbed a bank in South Carolina earlier this week, leaving apologetic parting words before fleeing.
The Smoking Gun reports that the assailant walked into a Wells Fargo in Spartanburg, S.C. around 9:30 a.m. on Monday, presenting pillow cases to a clerk along with a demand: fill them with money. Prior to exiting through the back door, he offered an unexpected "Sorry for the inconvenience" to everyone present.
Witnesses described him as white male between the ages of 20 and 35, roughly six feet tall and wearing "dark sweat pants, light color rain coat with the hood over his head and tightened around the face, dark female glasses with flowers on it and pink and green frame, tennis shoes, a medical mask and carrying a grey back pack." Still, the characteristic which stands out the most is his polite demeanor.
[via The Smoking Gun]
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