A teen’s getaway from a Texas financial institution theft on an electrical scooter has been short-circuited by police after a monthlong investigation.
Nineteen-year-old Luca Mangiarano discovered his getaway wheels for the Austin heist via a scooter-sharing app owned by Uber, police mentioned. He was charged Thursday with theft by menace.
The heist went down Dec. 18 at a BBVA Compass financial institution department, Fox 7 Austin reviews.
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The teller was handed a be aware that mentioned, “This can be a theft, please give me all of your 100’s and 50’s in a envelope and every part will probably be okay.”
The robber left with money and was seen scooting away on a Soar scooter owned by Uber, the station reported.
Through the investigation, police requested account data from Uber for the Soar scooter which had been within the space when the financial institution was robbed.
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The knowledge from Uber led to Mangiarnao’s arrest.
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His cellphone additionally confirmed he was close to the financial institution on the time of the theft, the Austin American-Statesman reported.