Give me Your Money…Sincerely, Thomas

A man robbed a Chicago bank with a note written on his own pay stub on Friday.

The 40-year-old Thomas Infante walked into the Fifth Third Bank at 4017 W. Lawrence Ave. Friday, Dec. 26 around 5:50 p.m. The man, who lives in the northwest suburb of Cary, handed the teller a note reading, “Be Quick Be Quit. Give your cash or I’ll shoot.”

The Chicago Tribune reported that Infante wrote his note on half of his own pay stub. The FBI found the other half of the pay stub outside the front doors of the bank. The stub had Infante’s name and address on the other side. FBI spokesman, Ross Rice, said that the FBI sees a lot of crazy bank robberies, but that “it’s fairly unusual that we see something that specifically stupid.”


2 Responses to Give me Your Money…Sincerely, Thomas

  1. Tommy's Ex says:

    As someone who personally knows Tommy, he made a stupid mistake. He is NOT a bad guy. Sounds like he was just desperate and not thinking clearly.

  2. Lisa L says:

    Sounds like maybe his Ex turned him in earlier and led to a downward spiraling pattern that led to a robbery when his life had actually been looking up. Oh Well

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