From New York Post:
An alleged thief was collared shortly after sticking up a Manhattan bank on Thursday — just one day after he was cut loose in an earlier bank heist, The Post has learned.
Chi Ngo is accused of pulling off the robberies at two separate Chase Banks in as many days, according to sources and court documents.
The sticky-fingered 52-year-old was first nabbed Tuesday after allegedly swiping $2,300 in cash from a Chase on Canal Street just after 10:30 a.m., according to a criminal complaint.
“I got a gun with me,” he wrote in a note handed to a bank teller, the court document shows. “This is a bank robbery. Put the cash in the bag. I will use it.”
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