Fleeing gunman hands out $200 to 2 window shoppers
Monday, May 3, 2010 5:20 PM
Updated: Monday, May 3, 2010 11:27 PM
A robber who held up a Short North bank this afternoon had a moment of generosity while escaping: He handed out $200.
The man showed a teller a gun in his waistband while robbing the Huntington Bank at 662 N. High St. about 1:30 p.m. The teller gave the man money, and he ran north on High Street.
That's when he saw a mother and daughter window shopping.
"The robber comes out of the bank, runs between them and gives them each $100," FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas said.
The women asked him, "This isn't real, is it?" and the robber responded, "I can assure you that it is."
The two were in town from Cleveland to visit Ohio State University as a possible school for the daughter, Trombitas said.
"We won't know until we catch him what he was thinking,
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