UPDATE: Bank robbery suspect arrested; ‘His body was in the bank but not his mind’
UPDATE: The FBI has arrested a man accused of robbing an IBC Bank in Midwest City.
Officials said Christopher Brent Fulton is now facing robbery charges after he turned himself in Feb. 28.
According to the police report, officials said Fulton told them he said his picture on the news and that “his body was in the bank but not his mind.”
Fulton told police he had been up for four days on meth.
Police said Fulton told them his friend owed about $1,400 for two ounces of meth so he stole a check from a family member and used it to rob the bank to repay the debt.
He told officers his girlfriend influenced him to commit the crime.
MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – The FBI is investigating an attempted bank robbery that happened early Thursday morning.Officers said Fulton said he chose the Midwest City location because he had banked there before.
Authorities say a white male entered a IBC bank in Midwest City around 9:15 a.m. demanding money.
The teller of the bank says the suspect presented her with a note demanding cash and was also holding a weapon of some sort.
The suspect was last seen heading northbound from the bank in a black sports car.
Witnesses describe the subject to be a white male, approximately 30 years old, 5’10″ – 6’0″, 160 lbs, wearing a black leather jacket, black pants, dark shoes, and a black beanie style hat.
Anyone with information regarding this attempted robbery should contact the FBI at (405) 290-7770.
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