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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

And another thing - not enough turkey on the sandwiches

VERNON, Conn. - A man who apologized after robbing a Subway at gunpoint returned a week later for more money and again said he was sorry, police said.

During the first robbery, on Aug. 13, the robber apologized to the clerk, saying, "Sorry, I have to do this," and taking $600, police said.

A week later, he returned and ordered a clerk to empty the cash register. Then he thanked the clerk and again said he was sorry before fleeing.

Vernon police officers quickly spotted the getaway car and arrested Michael Monseglio, 28.

In his car they said they found cash taken from Subway, a tire iron, a mask and a blue sweat shirt. Police said they also found drug paraphernalia and heroin.


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