A resourceful bank teller convinced a bank robber to hand over his own license while he was robbing a bank, according to Ohio police.
The suspect walked into a Huntington Bank in Columbus, Ohio on June 4 and handed the teller a note stating he was armed and demanding cash.
After the teller gave the suspect a stack of cash, the robber demanded more money from an electric cash recycle machine in the bank's lobby. The teller told the robber a driver's license is needed to dispense cash from the machine, and the suspect actually handed his license over.
Although the suspect did successfully flee the scene, the license allowed police to locate him and make an arrest on June 15. The 51-year old man is being charged with aggravated robbery and threatening with a deadly weapon.