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Man Arrested for Allegedly Robbing South San Francisco Bank

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A man tried to hold up a South San Francisco bank on Saturday but, aside from some complimentary coffee and cookies, all he got was a stay in jail, police said today. The suspect, later identified as Bryan Jensen, 42, walked into the Wells Fargo at 333 Linden Ave. at about 10 a.m. Saturday and had free coffee and cookies before walking over to the teller and saying, “Give me all your money,” police said.

The suspect told the teller again, “This is a holdup” and kept demanding all of the bank’s money until a manager intervened and the suspect left, police said. Police arrived shortly afterward and the bank employees gave officers the suspect’s description and pointed them in his direction. Jensen was detained a short time later and arrested on suspicion of the attempted robbery, police said. Jensen was booked into Maguire Correctional Facility under $25,000 bail.

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