Colorado bank robber throws cash in air, shouting ‘Merry Christmas’

By Keith Coffman

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Haha good man playing santa !

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Santa appears in mysterious ways. Merry Christmas!!!!

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A lesson for anyone else out there wanting to do something crazy...

Much better than leaving a trail of corpses.

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One of the rare humans who despises "the money makers in the temple" of modern times? Or maybe all he wants for Christmas is a warm place to stay, free chow and chilling with a "Rocky Mountain High".

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Santa Claus meets Robin Hood?

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Hopefuly this news will also get japanese coverage so those looking to get in jail do something similar to this instead of random passerby stabbing people seem to be fond around here.

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Academy Bank was not amused.

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Pascale said bystanders retrieved some of the money and returned it to the bank,,,


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I got no puns for this.

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Don't live in CO. Springs so I missed the action. Good people returned it to the bank. They show that they have integrity, and also some of them may be banking there too.

Besides, if you knew where the money came from, would you really want to keep it knowing you may be tracked down with it and charged as an accessory to the crime?

65year old man. Maybe the 4 hots and a cot, or maybe a terminally ill thrill seeker crossing off a bucket list wish.

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That’s the spirit!

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Easy come, easy go.

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I suspect that the guy realized he couldn't afford his rent and food for long (65 being retirement age) and decided to both secure housing (prison) and spread some holiday cheer in one act.

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