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Menlo Park police search for bank robber

Original post made on Aug 26, 2008

Menlo Park police are searching for a man who robbed the Tyco Federal Credit Union in Bohannon Industrial Park shortly after noon on Monday.

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Posted by after
a resident of South of Midtown
on Aug 26, 2008 at 1:26 pm

after witnessing numerous recent police stops of people who are not white or middle upper class asins ,i can understand the stress of being hated csimply because you arent white white reason to question every single non white4 whiote RESPECTFUL OF ANYONE and no one will commit put ouut hate through your govrernment fear spreading,and guess what? african people feel youir nervousness and willingness of your police to TRY and findANY readson to either QUESTION you OR% try to find SOME reason to ARRE$ST you! that freaks people affects the ENTIRE universe we live in.,truly,at this time of changer,what goes around is COMING around.simply BE NICE

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Posted by Shopper
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Aug 26, 2008 at 4:22 pm

Good luck to the Menlo Park Police. The PAPD haven't found the guys who robbed the B of A in the Stanford Shopping Center yet.

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Posted by Ada
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 26, 2008 at 8:33 pm

Serve the banks right for not having efficient procedures to either preventing such incidents or effective follow up . Don't they have a secret button anywhere?

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Posted by fyi
a resident of College Terrace
on Aug 26, 2008 at 10:26 pm

banks are told not to press the buttons until AFTER the guys leave because of possible hostage/shoot-out situations occurring if the police arrive when they are still in the bank... its for everyones safety - even if it takes a few days or weeks to catch the crooks atleast they do it when the bad guys least expect it so everyone is safer.

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Posted by Ada
a resident of Midtown
on Aug 27, 2008 at 10:43 am

Police does not have to storm into the bank right away, but pressing the button as soon as possible shoudl give police a chance to prepare for chasing, block roads, etc. The fact that so many bank robberies have been successful lately and criminals got away tells me that something does not work right in the process.

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