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Stupid Case File for February 15, 2005

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NEW YORK — Police in Nassau and Suffolk counties say they were able to tie at least 13 bank robberies to the same man because of the spelling errors in his hold-up notes.
Nassau County Police said Bart Thomas' hold-up notes misspelled the word "robbery" — which he spelled "robri" — and the word "quick" — which he spelled "kwik."
Thomas, 43, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested last Tuesday and charged with six counts of robbery. He's believed to have been involved in nine more bank robberies in Suffolk County dating back to March 2003.

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