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Former San Jose Cop Helps ID Bank Robbery Suspects

February 16, 2012  | 

Veteran cop Michael Nasser was on his way to the gym in South San Jose on Tuesday when he pulled into a bank parking lot and saw three men wearing dark-colored hooded sweatshirts sprint into a Wells Fargo Bank.

Nasser, who left the San Jose Police Department last year amid layoff concerns and is in the process of being reinstated, knew instantly what was happening.

"We've got an armed robbery going down," Nasser recalls thinking.

Read the full Silicon Valley Mercury News story.


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l. jay @ 2/17/2012 12:33 PM

good job for a guy off the job, the trash involved lose their freedom and all that goes with being on the outside as hard as it may be.

l. jay @ 2/17/2012 12:33 PM

four star

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