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Serial bank robber, 78, is charged over new heist and accused handing teller apologetic note demanding ‘13,000 small bills’ that signed off ‘I didn’t mean to scare you’ (and yes, she’s called Bonnie)

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A 78-year-old woman with a history of bank robberies is now facing new charges after she allegedly handed a teller a note that said ‘I didn’t mean to scare you’ during a recent Missouri heist, Your Content has learned.

Bonnie Gooch, 78, was charged with an attempted bank heist in Pleasant Hill.

The pensioner has two past bank robbery convictions from 1977 and 2020,‘according to ABC News.

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