FBI Looking for a Jayson Werth look-a-like Bank Robber

Kyle - September 30, 2010


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The Jayson Werth look is officially in style.  Too bad a bank robber is mimicking it. 

The FBI and Philadelphia police are looking for a man with a scruffy beard and mustache who help up the Citizens Bank (irrrronnyyy) at 8th and Walnut yesterday.  He presented a demand note to the teller around 3:30pm and walked out with an undisclosed sum of cash.  

The description of the man included being white, of medium height and build wearing a brown hooded sweatshirt over a dark t-shirt.   Good luck finding that, FBI. 

We know it’s not Jayson Werth since he has his new agent, Scott Boras, to make him all the money he wants. Although, if he robbed banks in his spare time it would be pretty badass (without getting caught of course). 

With the description that was given it could be anybody.

Let’s start lining up the frail lumberjack hipsters…good thing he wasn’t wearing flannel or they would never find that guy.

It could be you — hipster guy that's trying to be unique, but ends up looking like everyone else.  It could be you.


  • Iron Balls McGinty September 30, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    It would be really bad-ass if Werth robbed banks in his spare time while in his Phillies uniform. He came keep the authorities on the chase while the Phillies go on a road stand.

  • D September 30, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Werthless said he going to get that big money one way or the other…

  • PF Flyer September 30, 2010 at 4:52 pm

    I bet it was the guy who went to the game as “Gold Statue Jayson Werth”. He spent all of his savings on paint and needed some money for playoff tickets.

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