A California man who robbed a Chase Bank returned to rob the same branch the next day and was nabbed by police

A California man who robbed a Chase Bank returned to rob the same branch the next day and was nabbed by police

  • Chase Bank in Fountain Valley was robbed on October 4.
  • A statement from Fountain Valley Police says he fled the bank with “a large amount of money.”
  • But Samuel Brown, 33, the next day attempted to duplicate the heist and was arrested.

Fountain Valley Police, California, have booked a man into jail for robbing the same bank twice in two days, police said, according to AP.

At 3pm on October 4, police arrived at Chase Bank on Newhope Street after a man had presented a note to the bank teller demanding money. 

A statement from Fountain Valley Police says he fled the bank with “a large amount of money.” 

The following day at 11:12am, officers arrived at Chase Bank with another report of a robbery and detained 33-year-old Samuel Brown without incident, said police.

He is currently being held in Orange County Jail with a $170,000 bail. 

The Fountain Valley statement says that Brown has prior convictions for robbery in San Diego.

On October 5, Brown was arrested for robbery “accomplished by means of force or fear” as per the California penal code, as well as having an outstanding arrest warrant.

Police did not confirm the amount of money stolen or recovered, according to The Mirror.

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