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World Texas man robbed bank to pay for rings - a day before his wedding

01:41  08 october  2019
01:41  08 october  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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A Texas man who robbed a bank a day before his wedding turned himself in after his fiancée saw he was wanted, authorities said. Heath Edward Bumpous, 30, from Crockett, Texas , faces a felony aggravated robbery charge after he allegedly told bank tellers he had a gun and robbed Citizens

A Texas man was arrested the day before his wedding day after he pulled off a bank robbery to pay for the ring , police have alleged. Police also claimed Bumpous made a full confession after handing himself over to authorities in Crockett, Texas and said he robbed the bank for money to cover the

a person standing in a room: Heath Bumpous, of Crockett, Texas, robbed Citizens State Bank in Groveton. Pic: Trinity County Sheriff© Other Heath Bumpous, of Crockett, Texas, robbed Citizens State Bank in Groveton. Pic: Trinity County Sheriff

A Texas groom who robbed a bank a day before his wedding to pay for the rings and venue has been arrested, police have said.

Heath Bumpous robbed the Citizens State Bank in Groveton on Friday morning, Trinity County Sheriff Woody Wallace said on Facebook Live.

The 36-year-old threatened a bank cashier and said he had a gun before demanding cash.

Bumpous told the employee that he was getting married and needed the money for the wedding the following day.

He then left with the stolen cash and drove down dirt and forest service roads when he received a call from his fiancee, who he was due to wed on Saturday.

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A Texas man has confessed to robbing a bank in order to pay for his fiancee’s wedding ring – with the couple slated to marry the day after the robbery KLTV reported Crockett, Trinity County man , Heath Edward Bumpous, robbing the financial institution in Groveton to pay for a ring and a venue

Texas man robbed bank to help pay for wedding the next day , sheriff alleges . Heath Bumpous stood up his bride-to-be on Saturday after getting locked up Before Bumpous was caught , deputies posted images of the bank robber on Facebook which his fiancée saw.

a man wearing glasses brushing his teeth: Bumpous was arrested after turning himself in. Pic: Trinity County Sheriff© Other Bumpous was arrested after turning himself in. Pic: Trinity County Sheriff

His fiancee said she saw surveillance video stills of her husband-to-be robbing the bank that police had posted on Facebook.

She managed to persuade Bumpous to turn himself in and he confessed to authorities in Houston soon after.

"He basically stated that he was getting married tomorrow so he didn't have enough money for a wedding ring that he wanted to buy and he needed to pay for the wedding venue," Sheriff Woody Wallace said.

a group of people in uniform: Heath Bumpous with his fiancee. Pic: Facebook© Other Heath Bumpous with his fiancee. Pic: Facebook

The bank was located around 30 minutes away by car from Bumpous' hometown.

Police said Bumpous threw his clothes out of the window of his car as he drove away following the robbery.

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A Texas man was arrested after he pulled off a bank robbery to pay for his wedding the next day , authorities said. “He basically stated that he was getting married tomorrow, so he didn’t have enough money for a wedding ring that he wanted to buy, and he needed to pay for the wedding venue

A Texas man has been arrested after his fiancée saw a social media post of him robbing a bank the day before his wedding so he could pay for the “He basically stated that he was getting married tomorrow so he didn’t have enough money for a wedding ring that he wanted to buy and he needed

Mr Wallace recovered his clothing as well as the gun used in the crime.

Explaining the arrest, Mr Wallace said in the video: "His fiancee, who he was supposed to marry, was able to get in touch with him on the phone when she saw our post on Facebook.

"She knew it was him. She contacted him and asked him if he robbed a bank... she convinced him that she knew it was him."

Bumpous was still in custody as of Monday morning and has since been transferred to Trinity County Jail.

Mr Wallace added: "He has been charged with aggravated robbery. The district attorney has accepted the charges. It will go to a grand jury and he will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law."

The sheriff said that most of the stolen money was recovered.

Mr Wallace confirmed to NBC News that the wedding did not take place.

"No wedding took place that I know of," he said, "It didn't happen in my jail."

Bumpous has not been able to have visitors since his arrest, and his fiancee declined to comment.

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A Texas man was arrested Friday after he robbed a local bank a day before his wedding to pay for the ring and venue, police said. “He basically stated that he was getting married tomorrow so he didn’t have enough money for a wedding ring that he wanted to buy and he needed to pay for the

With his wedding the next day , Heath Edward Bumpous decided to rob a bank to buy a ring for his bride-to-be — but his plan backfired. Before Mr Bumpous was caught, deputies posted images of the “heavy set white male” suspected bank robber on Facebook, which his fiancee saw.

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