Then Tracy Porter Intercepted The Bag Of Money And Returned It

Wearing his gear proudly, this Indianapolis Colts fan robbed a bank inside a Randall's on FM 1960 Friday night. We assume he needed the cash to put down a boatload on the Colts giving four and a half.

"The photo clearly shows the Colts logo on the shirt as well as the large handgun carried by the robber," FBI agent Patricia Villafranco says, although to us the gun is as hidden as Peyton's Manning comeback skills.

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The guy, described as "a white male, 45 to 55 years old, 5-8 to 6-0 tall, slender build, with brown and gray salt-and-pepper hair, a moustache and a goatee," walked away from the store.

Who Dat says dey gonna recognize him and collect a reward? Call Crimestoppers at 713-222-TIPS to make it an even worse weekend for this Colts fan.

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