Note-wielding bank robber gets six years in prison

  Edmonton Journal 

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He approached the bank wicket and handed a note to the teller. “This is a robbery,” it read. “Give me your money. No dye packs.” The teller handed over $600, and the man ran off. Over the next two days, Travis William Jefferson would do the same at three other Edmonton-area banks, handing over notes […]

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