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Would-be robber leaves behind his own cash and other bizarre crime news
First Published Jun 25 2013 11:33 am • Last Updated Jun 25 2013 11:33 am

A robbery in California takes an odd turn, while a monkey bites a cop in Texas. Those and other odd crimes in this edition of the bizarre blotter.

Would-be robber leaves behind his own cash and other bizarre crime news

A robbery in California takes an odd turn, while a monkey bites a cop in Texas. Those and other odd crimes in this edition of the bizarre blotter. Crime fail: Would-be robber loses money ThinkstockAn attempted Saturday morning robbery that started with a boxing tape purchase left one California man $12 in the hole. Police say the robber entered a boxing store around 8:30 a.m. and paid for an $8 roll of tape with a $20 bill. Before he got ...

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