A man spent eight years in prison, then one day after serving his time, he went right back to breaking the law.
The 59-year-old served eight years in prison for bank robbery. He robbed the bank in 2013.
After serving his time, he proved he has not been rehabilitated. After being released from a Florida jail on a Wednesday, on Thursday he did it again.
He walked into an Orlando Truist Bank, said he had a gun and demanded $150,000. Then, for his getaway, he carjacked a Toyota Camry. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for this man.
TURN YOURSELF IN!— Orange County Sheriff's Office (@OrangeCoSheriff) June 3, 2022
WANTED: Timothy Paul Jones, 59, robbed the Truist Bank on S. OBT on Thursday 6/2, ONE DAY after being released from prison for bank robbery. He fled in a stolen, dark gray 2014 Toyota Camry FL tag DVST26.
If you see him, call 911.
Any info, call 407-836-4357 pic.twitter.com/JasJkASC1v
[Source: 10 Tampa Bay]