Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Sugarloaf Township, Pennsylvania (SafeCITY) - Otto McNab Jr., a 36-year-old Pennsylvania man was jailed after he allegedly robbed a bank, then immediately returned the money after his girlfriend yelled at him over the incident.

According to Sugarloaf Township police, McNab entered the Susquehanna Bank around noon and told a teller that he had a bomb before demanding that she hand him all of the bank's money.
The teller cooperated with McNab, handing him $2,262.

McNab then fled the bank to a waiting vehicle, however that vehicle was being driven by his girlfriend who was not happy after hearing what he has just done.

After learning that McNab had just robbed a bank, the woman reportedly yelled at him and demanded that he return the money immediately - which he did.

Officers received a description of the getaway vehicle, and found McNab a few minutes later as he was pulling into his driveway. He told reporters that "Times are tough. You gotta do what you have to do to support your family."

McNab was booked into jail and charged with robbery, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and terroristic threats. He is being held in lieu of $50,000. He is scheduled for arraignment on August 29th. His girlfriend will not face any charges.

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