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Man Goes Deposit Box Fishing 19

Posted by samzenpus
from the I-got-a-big-one dept.
A South Carolina man has used his fishing powers for evil by trying to catch something from a night deposit box. Fortunately for First Citizen’s Bank, his deposit bags got away. From the article: "Employees of the First Citizen's Bank on Columbia Road told investigators that when they retrieved the night deposit bags from Thursday's drops, they discovered one bag sported a fishing hook. Some fishing line dangled from the hook. Two more hooks were found in the deposit box along with a putty-like substance that may have been used in lieu of a fishing weight, investigators say. The bank's security tape shows an individual outside the bank at about 4:29 a.m. Friday." Sounds like a job for the Master Casters.


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Man Goes Deposit Box Fishing

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    • by antdude (79039)

      I had no problems with the original link.

      Interesting that the Web site uses .txt file extension which is odd.

  • "It's under investigation," said Capt. Ed Conner of the Orangeburg Department of Public Safety. "We'll be looking at the evidence to see if we can put a face with the image on video."

    Based on the image of the perpetrator [] shown on the Web site, I'd say the person is between about 15 to 80 years of age, is not bald, and wears clothes. I'm sure the police will DNA-test all residents of the area that match that description.

  • So, why is this article on /. ?
    • It's idle. The editors seem to think that their opinion of what is interesting will match the reader's.

Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.