L-R: Daniel Murphy, Sarah McLoud and Robert Owens were arrested over the alleged bank raid (Picture: Weymouth Police Department)
A suspected bank robber should have thought about deleting her internet history before the police checked it. Sarah McLoud reportedly asked Google what the consequences of breaking the law would be before robbing a bank in Massachusetts. Detectives discovered internet searches on a computer, found at the home of the 27-year-old, which included:
?What happens if you rob a bank??
?What happens if you rob a house??
?What happens if you rob a drug dealer and if you?re going to rob a bank??
Ms McLoud was arrested and charged along with Daniel Murphy, 30, and Robert Owens, 28, just hours after the alleged heist last week.
?Several units responded to the Weymouth Bank at 51 Columbian St on a report of a bank robbery,? Richard Fuller, of the Weymouth Police Department, said in a court statement.
?Upon arrival, officers learned that a white female had just robbed the bank and fled with an undetermined amount of cash.
?The suspect ? told the bank teller not to give her a dye pack and no one would get hurt.?
All three are set to appear back in court on November 13.