Man rams vehicle into robber who stole his cash and debit card outside bank


Cash and credit cards (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) Police launched an investigation after a new immigrant rammed his vehicle into a robber who stole his cash and ATM card, according to police in Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia police said that the incident unfolded at the Wells Fargo Bank at 7345 Bustleton Avenue, on Monday around 11:00 p.m.

The 49-year-old robber, who was not identified, pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the driver’s face. He grabbed the victim’s cash and debit card, and left.

The driver, who had his wife and young child in the car, left the scene, but after a few minutes, the victim decided to come back to the scene.

The to victim’s surprise, the robber was still at the scene, and he was armed with a knife. The driver rammed his vehicle into the thief, who suffered serious injuries.

The driver got out of his car, went through the pockets of the robber and found his money and debit card. The police found the robber lying in the road around 12:00 a.m. on Tuesday.

The robber suffered severe head injuries, and was taken to a nearby hospital. Police plan to charge him with robbery. Police will not charge the new immigrant for ramming his car into the thief.