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Added Nov 15 2017

The Chase location at Sheridan and Irving was robbed on November 9. | Google  For nearly three minutes, a former employee loaded $126...

Original article
http://www.cwbchicago.com/2017/11/fbi-ex-teller-got-126000-in-lakeview.html
Date published
November 15, 2017
    FBI: Ex-Teller Got $126,000 In Lakeview Bank Robbery
    For nearly three minutes, a former employee loaded $126,520 in cash from a Lakeview Chase Bank vault into a messenger bag while holding two tellers at gunpoint on November 9, police said. Now, a woman has been charged in the case.
    http://www.cwbchicago.com
  • Mute Mute Me

    guessing that former employee was not treated well

  • Or it could be possible that the former employee was just a thief.

  • Mute Mute Me

    Theives usually have a history that leads the. To not be able to get a job in a bank . but yes anything is possible.

  • To have a “history” or rap sheet, one must have gotten caught.

  • Mute Mute Me

    Correct most thieves at 24 have been caught at least once.

  • Really? And how do you know this? Whats the research??

  • Mute Mute Me

    Life experience but maybe i just know a bunch of lousy theives. Wheres your research?

  • Haven’t dealt much with thieves, but have worked with victims of sexual abuse. And sex abusers are said to have somewhere between 2 to 3 times the number of victims before they are caught. Some of it is shame, but there is also the proof factor. You can suspect someone of stealing but without proof there will no conviction. No conviction, no history.

    Plus tge simple fact that there are many unsolved crimes.

  • Mute Mute Me

    Yea you cant clump a crime like theivery with sex abuse. Most people who are victims of theivery report it. Of course its all speculation.

  • Actually you do hear all the time of older victims that dont report being victims of theft for the same reason....shame.

  • when a victim becomes a criminal, they become a criminal. they are no longer a victim. at that point they are in the position of making new victims.

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