Man Robbed Two St. Louis Banks Days Apart

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — From the “If at first you don’t succeed” file…

A St. Louis man is accused of walking into the PNC Bank on North Grand on December 29th and handing the teller a note demanding money, threatening to kill her if she didn’t comply.

The suspect, 21-year-old Isadore Glover left with a bag of cash, but as bystanders looked on the dye pack exploded and the suspect tried to discard the tainted money.

Two days later on New Year’s Eve, the same suspect walked into the Bank of America in the 26-hundred block of South Jefferson and tried the same method to get cash.

Witnesses noticed that the robber had “dye stains all over him”.

Glover was quickly tracked down and reportedly confessed to both holdups.

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