Minnesota Bank Robbery Video Catches Suspect On Live TV — Rochester Police Arrest Ryan Liskow

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Dec. 25 2017, Updated 5:27 p.m. ET

A Minnesota bank robbery video is going viral because it allegedly shows suspect Ryan Liskow returning to the scene of the crime for the second time — in the middle of a live TV news report! Rochester police managed to arrest the alleged bank robber, but not before he could make the ultimate fail video for the world’s entertainment.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, a man in a wheelchair managed to rob a bank in New York, escape with the cash, and evade the NYPD.

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Rochester police say 36-year-old Ryan Liskow of Rochester may be responsible for at least two bank robberies at the same bank. Authorities and bank employees believe Liskow is the same man who robbed Sterling State bank earlier in the week on Monday. In both cases, the Minnesota bank robbery involved a van matching the description given to police. Surveillance also showed a man who appears to be similar to Liskow.

“Similar clothing, similar build, same method–he provided a note similar to Monday’s note asking for money,” said Lt. Mike Sadauskis of the Rochester Police Department. “We had corroborating information over the last 24 hours so we believe we know who it was, and it is in fact that person.”

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