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Would-Be Bank Robber in Fall River Gets Cold Feet, Rips Up Note

Bank employees pieced the note together and it said: "Give me the money"

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    Police in Massachusetts are looking for a woman they say intended to rob a bank but got cold feet and left without a penny.

    Fall River police tell the Herald News the woman walked into the Fall River Municipal Credit Union on Monday afternoon and approached a teller.

    Police say the woman hesitated, told the teller "give me a minute," and went to a counter and wrote on a piece of paper.

    But she ripped up the note, dropped the pieces in the trash and walked out.

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    Bank employees pieced the note together and it said: "Give me the money."

    Anyone who recognizes the woman in surveillance images is asked to contact Fall River police.