The suspect, David Oliver then sat in the Starbucks coffee shop next door and waited for the police. The fact that he was later caught by police at a local Starbucks, where he was waiting to be arrested, suggests that he was exclusively dedicated to redistributing the wealth and uplifting people during the holidays.
Several passers-by in Colorado, USA, were left stunned by a robber's rare gesture after he threw unknown amount of cash money at them.
But instead of getting away, Oliver - whose mug shot shows him with a bushy white beard - allegedly decided to make like Santa Claus and share the loot once he hit the street, witness Dion Pascale said.
Witnesses said instead of getting away with the looted cash, he made a decision to share the money with passers-by outside.
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Though police could not be reached for any comment on the incident, a TV station in Colorado, KKTV, reports an eyewitness', Dion Pascale, account of how the 65-year-old was tossing the money all over the place. Merry Christmas Dave" while the other tweeted, "Please take it easy on him.
According to police, the robber walked into the Academy Bank on 1 S. Tejon St. just before 12:30 p.m. Monday, claimed to have a weapon in his pocket, and took cash.
Police say thousands of dollars are still missing.
But it was not Santa Claus.