Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Look who got arrested! And not by the fashion police!

Port St. Lucie, Fl (treasuecoast.com)-  The Backwards Bandana Robber has been arrested.

Port St. Lucie police say a man suspected of trying to rob a Bank of America branch in mid-December is under arrest.

They identified him as 49-year-old James Warren Osceola of Palmdale. He was picked up by the Glades County Sheriff’s Office.

Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Surveillance video released by police after the incident showed a man wearing a red bandana, glasses, a long-sleeve camo shirt, and red and black plaid pajama bottoms. Police said the suspect handed a note to a teller demanding money but later grabbed the message and left without any cash when a manager approached him.

Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested

Investigators said Osceola was arrested on a warrant for attempted robbery and his bond was set at $75,000.

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