It's good to have a short commute -- so long as you aren't a bank robber.
Police in Maryland arrested a pair of siblings accused of holding up an M&T bank on the same block as their home.
Shakir and Kadija Taylor entered the bank on the 3700 block of Donnell Drive in Forestville on Nov. 8, passed a note to a teller demanding cash, grabbed their loot and fled on foot, according to Upper Marlboro Patch.
It wasn't a long getaway, police told MyFoxDC. The siblings also live on the 3700 block of Donnell Drive.
Kadija Taylor, 20, was arrested on the day of the stick-up.
Thanks to information received via the Prince George’s County Crime Solvers tip line, detectives located Shakir Taylor, 19, and took him into custody in his home on Monday, according to a police press release.
The pair are also being investigated for their possible involvement in several other bank robberies in the area.
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