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Doors of two Clayton banks shattered; coins stolen from one

Posted February 17, 2012

— A man smashed the doors of two Clayton banks late Thursday and early Friday and stole a few hundred dollars in coins from one, police said.

Officers responded to an alarm at the KS Bank at 11591 U.S. Highway 70 Business shortly before 11:30 p.m. and found the door shattered. Bank officers said some rolls of coins had been taken, and police found some coins at the scene.

Police were called to the Wells Fargo bank at 1405 Executive Drive shortly after 8 a.m. and again found a shattered front door. Nothing was stolen from the bank.

Security tapes from the two banks show a man wearing a black cap, a black-and-gold coat, black pants, black boots, a white T-shirt and white knit gloves.


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  • TeaforTexas Feb 17, 2012

    Now he can finally feed the meters and stop getting those pesky parking tickets. What a mouthbreather....

  • Just another bad guy Feb 17, 2012

    The door that was shattered cost more than the coins that were taken.

  • not my real name Feb 17, 2012

    like banks just leave cash laying around....this guys a real winner.

  • Reason Feb 17, 2012

    it just doesnt make sense. hope he changes his ways........

  • mike honcho Feb 17, 2012

    Too heavy, not enough value.

  • WRALwontdeletemyaccount Feb 17, 2012

    Smart!!! Coins!