The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office thought it had the break of the century after a bank robber dropped his wallet when fleeing a bank. The problem is that a second thief appears to have stolen the first thief’s wallet before the police could get to it.
Witnesses at the US Bank in Castle Pines saw the bank robber drop his wallet. However, another person in the bank at the time then picked it up and left. Police would really like the person to return the robber’s wallet so they can identify the robber.
Of course, there are two possible crimes here. The person who took the wallet not only is guilty of theft but he or she removed evidence from the scene of a crime. Indeed, it would seem like the bank robber may have followed the most unlucky act of dropping his wallet with the most lucky fact of having another thief in the area.