Ex-employee robs Culver's in mask, is recognized by worker
A former Culver's employee in Marshall, Minn. thought it would be easy to rob a place he used to work for. Unfortunately the mask he wore during the robbery wasn't enough to stop the person working that morning from recognizing him. Better luck next time. Might not hurt to try a place where no one knows you.
An employee recognized Matthew Landis, 28, about 15 seconds into the robbery. He is accused of coming into the Culver's before opening on Saturday, wielding a baseball bat. He was busted because of his voice and familiar build.
Terry Fedde, 25, is also in jail for allegedly running the getaway car. When a peace officer tried to stop Landis, he ran into a cornfield.
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