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Bank robber demands money - and then shows two IDs

Texas police tracked down the man after he obeyed a bank clerk’s request to present two forms of identification before being handed stolen money…

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A HAPLESS BANK robber who abided by a Dallas teller’s request to provide two forms of identification before she could give him money is going to prison.

A judge sentenced 49-year-old Nathan Wayne Pugh of Sachse to more than eight years on Tuesday.

Pugh tried to hold up a Dallas Wells Fargo Bank in July. The teller stalled Pugh by telling him she needed to see two forms of ID. Pugh showed her his Wells Fargo debit card and a state ID card. He was captured as he tried to flee with $800.

Pugh pleaded guilty in October to a bank robbery charge. He was already on parole for two aggravated robberies.

- AP

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