Last Monday, a 57-year-old man named Andrew Laviguer walked into a Wells Fargo bank in Portland, Oregon, pulled out a gun, which ended up being fake, and made off with an unspecified amount of money.
But then Andrew had a little car trouble. Specifically when he tried to get in his getaway car, he realized he'd left his car keys INSIDE THE BANK.
It's not clear why he took them out of his pocket in the first place. We'll assume it's because he's a moron.But police were already on the way, so he didn't have time to go back in the bank to get them.
Instead, he tried to hide in a nearby office building, where the cops eventually tracked him down and arrested him.
Now, this all sounds like a rookie bank-robbing mistake. But police say Andrew is NOT a rookie. He's also the main suspect in five OTHER robberies, including another bank robbery in Portland last month, and two in Washington state.