I was always told that maybe you can outrun the cop car but you can't outrun the radio but good god, was the innertube moving too fast for local police to keep up with. Sounds like Deputy Fife didn't want to get his boots wet.
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Originally Posted by Mark F
It was very creative, and it apparently WORKED! He will get caught though...
The dude won't be able to resist bragging to "someone" about it, and that will do him in...
That is what I was telling a couple of the guys I was having lunch with when the story broke. This guy planned this really clever way to rob the armored car, and then something stupid like a broken taillight, or a car with expired tags, is going to get him pulled over and found out. It's going to be something completely asinine that no one with any smarts would risk that will be his ultimate undoing.
However, I have to tip my hat to the guy. It would appear he made off with the money, not a shot fired and the police/Feds have very little to go as of last night's news....