Crime: Take the Money and Shop

Take the Money and Shop

All he wanted, insists Dan Dana Sabine, 35, was a loan to buy some new clothes. So last week he walked into the Maine National Bank in Portland and asked a teller, Sandra Lee Cashman, 21, for some money. Although she did not see a weapon, Cashman was convinced that Sabine, who appeared "real scraggly looking," was a bank robber. Frightened, she handed over three bundles of $20 bills, totaling $1,500. Overcome with his good fortune, Sabine told the teller that he loved her, and set off to shop.

Sabine had spent nearly $500 on a new coat, a fresh suit...

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