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Bank Robbery Suspect Posts Submachine Gun Selfie On Facebook Before Alleged Crime

Posted by on Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 @ 8:14 am.

The Huffington Post  | by  David Moye
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n-JULES-BAHLER-largeA man accused of three Michigan bank robberies may have metaphorically shot himself in the foot by posting a Facebook selfie in which he is holding the same type of submachine gun used in the heists.

Jules Bahler, 21, allegedly robbed two Pontiac financial institutions, a Genisys Credit Union of $4,300 on Feb. 26 and a Bank of America branch of $4,000 on March 4.

He also is accused of robbing a Chemical Bank in Bay City of $7,000 on March 5.

Surveillance video caught one of the robberies on camera. Investigators first connected Bahler to the robberies on Thursday when they discovered his Facebook page on Thursday, and noticed a close resemblance to the person in the surveillance video.

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