Idaho Banks Suffering from Acne Breakout 

So a guy in a trenchcoat walks into a bank and ... no, it's not the opening of a dirty joke. It's Idaho's latest crime spree. For the third time this year, a man with extensive acne scars, a dark trenchcoat and good taste in hats has politely robbed a local bank using only a note as a weapon. Maybe the pen really is mightier than the ATM card.

The robbery took place on June 27, when the suspect, described as approximately 6 feet tall, 25 to 30 years of age and 165 pounds, walked into the Wells Fargo on the 1200 block of Broadway. After displaying his note, the man collected his spoils into a leather briefcase-as happened in a nearly identical February 25 robbery of the US Bank on Vista-and escaped on foot. He was described as wearing a round, light-colored golf hat (or, if he chooses to wear it backward, a driving hat), khaki pants, a dark brown trenchcoat, dress shoes and a light-colored dress shirt. The only difference between this description and the suspect for the February 25 robbery, as well as a February 10 bank robbery in Twin Falls, is different hats. At the previous heists, the bandit wore a black fedora. Then again, after draining the depository of some Benjamins, nothing feels better than buying a new lid. Anyone with information about the robbery is urged to call Crimestoppers at 343-COPS.

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