Dumb robber hands over victim’s ID to police when asked for identificationBy Mason White 10:36 AM November 6, 2015
|Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed|
By: Feng Qian
Police who were looking for a man who committed a robbery, had an easy time identifying him.
Police in Columbus, Ohio, said that they asked a suspect for identification, and he handed over the driver’s license of the victim.
Police were called about 9:00 p.m. on Monday, on reports of a robbery that occurred in the area of Morse Road and Cleveland Avenue.
The injured victim gave police a description of the suspect and he pointed to the direction that the suspect ran.
Moments later, police spotted the suspect, who was identified as Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed, and asked for his identification.
Police said that Ahmed handed them over the driver’s license of the victim. Police said that additional property of the victim was also found on Ahmed, and he was arrested and charged with robbery.