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Stupid Case File for February 10, 2005

Lost, Found, Arrested

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EULESS, Texas — A robbery suspect was caught after leaving his wallet on the store counter — and then going to the police station to pick it up.

Joseph Fahnbulleh, 22, of Arlington, remained in the Euless City Jail (search) on Thursday night with bail set at $30,000. He faces a robbery charge.

A few days after the robbery, he walked into the Euless police station to pick up his wallet after a detective called to tell him someone had found it.

"Once we had the wallet, we called him to say it had been turned in to our lost and found," Euless police Detective Marco Valladares said. "We don't really have one."

A clerk told police that during a Jan. 29 robbery, a man gave him $5 for cigarettes. When the cash drawer was opened, the robber sprayed the clerk with pepper spray and grabbed about $200, police said.

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