He steals $150 from a bank and then pays 6000 bail for his release

A 44-year-old man entered a bank in New Castle County in the United States, handed the cashier a note stating that this was a robbery and that he needed $150, and told her he was sorry for doing it, the British newspaper "Daily Mail" wrote.

After taking the money, he deposited it in his account at the ATM of the bank that stole it.

Police arrested MacRoberts Williams last Saturday after he robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Wilmington.

"Is this theft, I needed $150," the note reads as Williams told the judge.

The 25-year-old cashier gave the man an undisclosed amount of cash, and Williams left the bank.

"The suspect left the bank on foot, and as soon as he got out of the bank, he made a deposit at an ATM outside the building, in the account opened in his name," the state police said.

After his arrest, Williams told police he had come to Delaware "traveling on the roof of a freight train" and that "his mind is now being controlled by a third party by implanting something somewhere in his body".

The man then fled behind the mall, where he was caught and arrested by the police, where Williams was charged with second-degree theft and sent to prison on $6,000 bail.

The police did not recover any money, but Williams was in possession of a Wells Fargo bank card.

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