Police in Florida said a suspected bank robber was arrested when he was spotted exiting a portable toilet in different clothes shortly after the crime.
Ocala police said Charles Grier, 52, entered a Bank of America location about 9:40 a.m. Friday and gave a teller a threatening note demanding cash and indicating he had a gun, WKMG-TV, Orlando, Fla., reported Monday.
Grier left the bank with an unspecified amount of cash and was next spotted by a police detective who noticed "a suspicious man" exiting a Porta-Potty across the street from the bank branch.
The detective followed the man to a nearby restaurant and he was arrested with money from the bank. Police said a search of the portable toilet turned up the robbery note, an Airsoft pellet gun and the clothing the robber wore during the crime.
Grier was jailed on robbery charges in lieu of $10,000 bond.