An alleged Long Island bank robber was arrested after employees recognized him as a regular customer.
Nassau police told the New York Post that Karoly Nagy, 61, an unemployed construction worker, walked into the Bank of America in Locust Grove and demanded cash from a teller. He pretended to be carrying a gun, police said.
The suspect left on foot with an undetermined amount of cash, officers said, but was arrested 90 minutes later at his nearby home after bank records led cops there.
Nagy, whose record includes arrests for assault and weapon possession, is charged with first-degree robbery.