German Robs One and the Same Bank Twice in One Day

German Robs One and the Same Bank Twice in One Day
German Robs One and the Same Bank Twice in One Day

A German robber held up the same bank in Hamburg twice within 24 hours just a week after being released from jail -- for the same crime.

A police spokesman said on Friday the 50-year-old man went into a savings bank in the center of the northern port city and flashed a pistol, saying: "I was here yesterday, and I want money again today!", Reuters informs.

The repeat offender made off with about $600. Police were able to nab him three hours later. Cops said he had been in jail for robbing banks in Hamburg in 2002 and 2004, New York Daily News informs.