Police say a man recently attempted to loot a central Pennsylvania bank, but only after providing tellers with the two forms of ID necessary to open an account.
According to Harrisburg police, 35-year-old Daniel Rahynes entered the Metro Bank on North Second Street around 1:40 p.m. Sunday and told bank employees he was interested in opening an account, The Patriot-News reports.
Rahynes allegedly made off with a small bundle of cash as tellers contacted police with what must have been among the most accurate suspect descriptions of all time, leading to a warrant for Rahynes' arrest.
Rahynes reportedly hit a vehicle during his getaway, but it wasn't until later that day that a second car accident led state troopers in Carlisle to arrest the accused bank robber on suspicion of drunk driving.
A background check revealed the bank robbery warrant, prompting state troopers to recover the stolen money and transfer Rahynes over to city officials.
Rahynes was charged with driving under the influence and theft.
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