Meanwhile In Southern California: Bank Manager Kidnapped & Bomb Strapped

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Patty Hearst may have turned into a bank robber herself after being kidnapped, but this unidentified woman was a straight victim.

It went down like this. Two hooligans, oh so considerately kidnapped the 32-year-old bank manager from her home yesterday morning, where she was then forced her to rob her own Bank of America branch.

Forcing her to go against her own village that provides her life’s funds? Low guys, real low.

The woman was allegedly abducted from her home sweet home Tuesday night. She was held captive overnight, with a bomb strapped to her stomach and forced to cradle the dough. She made her colleagues aware that she was infact robbing them, and threw the mean, green cash outside while the robbers waited.

Hey, she may have been strapped but at least she wasn’t strapped for money!

According to USA Today, hundreds of people were evacuated from surrounding blocks of the East Los Angeles bank. Police detonated the bomb discretely and no one was hurt ya heard?!

The bank manager has not been identified but remains unharmed. Though this could be a Stockholm syndrome type scheme, the woman is not seen as a suspect. The suspects fled the scene at 8:30 a.m. in their big bad white Kia, with loads of cash money.

Krista Blore, 93.1 Jack FM

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