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Re: Hardhat = Invisible

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06-01-2014 11:40:30

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As a retired LEO I would hope that I would have checked on someone drilling into a bank at that time of day, but honestly you have an excellent point. If you are dressed the part and look like you know what you are doing you will appear to "belong" there - and most folks would just cruise right on by.

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06-01-2014 12:08:16

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 Re: Hardhat = Invisible in reply to 1948CaseVAI, 06-01-2014 11:40:30  
When I think about it, when I see the armored van parked by the bank, and the 2 guys on opposite street corners reading newspapers (folks don't read papers on this towns streets, so that alway sticks out to me but understand the routine...) I just assume its the regular bank business.

That would probably be the best way to set up a heist - look like you belong there....

Probably only really work in the movies tho.


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06-03-2014 04:25:50

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 Re: Hardhat = Invisible in reply to Paul, 06-01-2014 12:08:16  
A bit like underage drinking in my experience.

When there was a raid on was when you ordered another beer and looked like you belonged there - the runners provided the distraction

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