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A Tip for potential bank robbers: don’t use your real name on the slip of paper that you will use to address the question of other people’s money.

Michael Harrell, 54, is said to have tried to find the right type of counter in order to hand over the money to a US Bank location in Cleveland around 11 a.m. on Monday, according to the FBI.

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Michael Harrell, 54, allegedly robbed a U.S. Bank in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday morning, the FBI said.
(The Cleveland Division of the FBI via WJW)

He is accused of passing a note to the narrator — but the note written on the back of a paper from the Ohio Bureau of motor Vehicles… complete with an alleged con-artist’s full name and address.

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“When the teller took the note and looked at it and looked at the other side, she saw his name. He had a note that he was previously on the MONITOR, and it had his name on it,” said Special Agent Vicki Anderson of the FBI’s Cleveland field office, told WJW.

Bank teller at U. S. Bank in Cleveland, reportedly, referred to the alleged thief using his name.
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The numerator is referred to Harrell because of his name, and gave him an unknown amount of money before calling 911, Anderson said. Researchers said, confirmed Harrell’s identity on the security cameras and issued a warrant for his arrest.

Anderson said Harrell was the first person who said to be to blame themselves when a crime has been committed.

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“We have had individuals drop mobile phones that have all of their identifying information,” the special agent said. “A lot of times, we have to send the photos, we don’t have any idea who it might be, or what part of town they are from. And if you have a card with your name and email address, it will help law enforcement immensely.”

In spite of the gap, the authorities have not yet taken the Harrell into custody.

Anyone with information on Harrell and the location are urged to contact the Cleveland Division of Police 216.623.5000, or the FBI Cleveland field office at 216-522-1400.

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