Security guard robs bank he works at, apprehended by police

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August 24, 2011 15:15

 
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A security guard working at a branch of Jerusalem Bank in Tel Aviv apparently robbed the bank and escaped on Wednesday.

Police believe the suspect shot at the glass partition behind which the bank teller was sitting and took a large sum of money.

The teller was lightly injured from the broken glass.

The suspect was eventually arrested and was undergoing questioning

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