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A New Jersey man was finally busted by police after robbing the same New York bank three days in a row. 29 year old Charles Burnett is accused of stealing more than $26,000 from the same downtown Sovereign branch on three STRAIGHT days before he was arrested Wednesday.

Burnett began his crime spree at 9:19am local time Monday, when he entered the bank and handed a teller a demand note that read, “Put money in the bag, I have a gun.”

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The teller gave him $2,258 and he walked out while peeling off a blue glove, before returning the next day.

25 year old Danielle Stephens, a teller who was on her first day at work Tuesday, said Burnett demanded cash but went to another teller after she told him she did not have any.

“He told the girl next to me, ‘I will shoot you in the f*cking face if you don’t give me all your money,’” Stephens said. “He walked out with like $14,000.”

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