Suspect Gave Teller Id During Bank Robbery

A bank robbery suspect was easily tracked by the police after he handed his ID card to the bank teller

David William Menser
David William Menser, Franklin County Sheriff's Office

On Monday, June 4th, 51-year-old bank robbery suspect, David William Menser, walked into a bank in Columbus, Ohio, handed a bank teller a note stating he was armed and needed money.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office stated that Menser walked into Huntington Bank on 1880 Hilliard Rome Road. he approached the bank teller and handed over a note demanding money, the note read "I have a gun."  the teller handed over Menser a stack of cash including a dye pack, Menser returned the dye pack and placed it on the counter.

Menser who was not satisfied with the stack of cash received, he demanded more money from the electronic cash recycle machine, the teller told Menser that the machine required an ID card to withdraw money, the suspect handed over his Drivers License.

David was easily identified due to him giving his ID to the teller, a warrant was issued for his arrest and he was subsequently arrested on June 15th.

David William Menser was charged with aggravated robbery and threatening with a deadly weapon, he is being held in Franklin County Correction Center.

Menser is also accused of robbing three additional banks in the past couple weeks, including the PNC bank at 3500 West Broad Street on May 23; the Heartland bank at 130 N. Wilson Ave. on June 7; and the PNC at 1715 Hilliard Rome Road on June 12.



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