Police in Florida say they were able to apprehend a bank robbery suspect when he took two bathroom breaks immediately after allegedly sticking up a Bank of America in Ocala on Feb. 25.
While responding to a call about a bank robbery, a detective spotted a man who matched the suspect's description stepping out of a portable toilet directly across the street from the scene of the crime, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
The suspect then entered a nearby restaurant called Richard's Place.
The detective followed the man into the eatery, and spotted the suspect -- identified as 52-year-old Charles F. Grier -- leaving the restaurant's restroom looking nervous.
The cop brought Grier outside the diner, where the suspect allegedly confessed to robbing the bank and changing his clothes in the portable potty.
Officers searched the portable toilet and found a pair of jeans, sneakers, shirts, a traffic vest, a black air soft pistol and a note stating: "This is a bank robbery."
Grier -- who, according to the Sun Sentinel, served more than four years in prison after being convicted of a previous robbery -- allegedly made it out of the bank with $1,320 before being captured.
Read more at the Ocala Star-Banner and the Sun Sentinel.
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