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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania– Police had no trouble identifying a Harrisburg man who was accused of robbing a bank because he provided identification to open a new account prior to crime, authorities say.

Tellers told police that Daniel E. Rahynes, 35, started an application, then announced to tellers, he was “actually there to rob the bank”. Rahynes drove away with a small amount of cash, and was involved in a car accident shortly after.

Rahynes is charged with robbery, as well DUI.



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