Transcript for Taxi Cab Driver Realizes He's Helping Bank Robber
Well, he could be one of the most brazen criminals we cover. A suspected bank robber accused of a wild spree, attempting to hit three banks in a row. And using the same taxi cab to make his getaway. While he hasn't had a day in court yet, the suspected bank robber apologized as he was led to jail. Tai hernandez has the story. Are you sorry you did it? No. I'm sorry I got caught. Reporter: That's luke radek, not sorry for attempting to rob 3 banks in 90 minutes. Walked in, through a note, some money. He panicked and fled the bank. Reporter: His getaway driver, an unwitting cabbie. The cab driver reported him while he was allegedly inside the third bank. He finally woke up and realized this guy was out robbing banks. Reporter: This morning, radek is behind bars, held on $3 million bail because, sorry or not, he did get caught. And police say he didn't make it that hard. According to court papers, the note he left with one of the tellers, was scrawled on the back of paperwork he was given when he was bonded out of jail earlier that week. He was facing charges of, you guessed it, bank robbery. Radek has not entered a plea. But we do know how he feels. Are you sorry that you did it? No. I'm sorry I got caught. Reporter: For "good morning america," tai hernandez, abc news, new york. Can't imagine that sitting well with the judge. No. He gets points for honesty? Probably not.
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