Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested after Mistakenly Reporting his Car Stolen

Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested after Mistakenly Reporting his Car Stolen

Bank of America in Corte Madera

SAUSALITO – Karma works in funny ways. A bank robbery suspect was arrested on Tuesday when he walked into a police station to report that his car had been stolen—big mistake.

Colin M. Kane, 32, of Mill Valley, was arrested for allegedly robbing Bank of America in Corte Madera on November 8. Kane was booked at Marin County Jail on December 6 for $50,000 bail.

Sausalito police detained visitor Kane for an outstanding arrest warrant after he showed up unexpectedly. Bank robbery investigators had earlier identified him as the suspect who left the bank in a taxi—with stolen money.

Kane is charged with robbery but the investigation by the Marin District Attorney’s Office is still open. He potentially faces additional charges, pending an arraignment this week. Kane has prior convictions in Marin.

Regarding Kane’s car, Sausalito police determined that it had not been stolen. Kane apparently forgot where he had parked it.

More on Colin Kane:

Mill Valley Patch: May 4 2012 – No-Pants Burglar

Mill Valley Herald: May 2 2012 – Naked Burglar

Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested after Mistakenly Reporting his Car Stolen was last modified: December 13th, 2016 by admin
Categories: Marin

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