ROBBERY SUSPECT LEFT HIS ADDRESS!
Chicago police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a bank using a threatening note written on the back of his own pay cheque.
Police say 40-year-old Thomas Infante walked into the bank and gave a staff member a note saying, "Be Quick...Give your cash or I'll shoot".
He got $400 (£270), but left behind half of his note as he fled.
Detectives found the rest of the slip - complete with his name and home address - outside the bank's front doors.
Mr Infante was later arrested at his home in Cary, Illinois. If convicted of bank robbery, he faces up to 20 years in prison.
BBC NEWS REPORT.