Bank Robbery Suspects

Bank Robbery Suspects posts selfies with money on Facebook, caught by Police

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Most robbers would wear mask in order for them not be noticed. But what this crazy couple did was foolishness!

Couple John Mogan,28, and Ashley Duboe,24, was just released from a back robbery crime but it seems like they haven’t learned their lesson and did something dumb again!

A couple robbed a bank, got busted because of their social media activities

The couple was arrested this week for allegedly robbing an Ohio bank and after posting their photos to Facebook showing their money.

According to the reports, John and Ashley are charged with the August 24 robbery of Savings Bank in Ashville.

John with the help of his girlfriend robbed the bank wearing a sweat shirt and his tattoos are covered with makeup.

He walked into the bank and gave a note to the teller demanding for money. The teller fearing for her life, handed him over a lot of cash. Still undetermined amount of cash.

According to the investigators, four days after the back robbery, John posted a photo on his Facebook page that shows him with lots of cash in each hand and embraces Ashley.

John uploaded a lot of selfies holding the cash he got from the bank, which he refers to as a ‘McStack’.

The police say that the photo posted in Facebook helped them track down John and Ashley and charged them with robbery.

Authorities aren’t sure if the cash posted in the photos came from the Savings Bank robbery. But because John didn’t have a job when he uploaded the photos, police think its likely that it came from the Bank.

His lack of fruitful employment at the time wouldn’t generate money to that extent,

said Lt. Dale Parish of the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office.

John waived his right to a preliminary hearing in court on Wednesday. No date has been set for a grand jury and the robbery is still under investigation.

The couple were both charged with third-degree felony charges robbery, fifth degree felony charges theft and are each being held on $250,000 bond.

References: News.au.com, Image screenshot and Video by Inside Edition

 


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