A bank robber learned that karma, just like the cops, catches up to you.
26-year-old Dorren Singh is accused of robbing 14 different New York City banks since January, running off with about $32,000. Apparently his luck evading the NYPD didn't translate at the roulette table. The New York Post reports sang "lost it all" in Atlantic City.
While fortune was taking its revenge, police were piecing together clues from surveillance footage of him ditching his disguise in a Manhattan subway station. When Singh returned home, investigators were there waiting.
He's been charged with 12 counts of robbery, and a source told the New York Post the casinos are not responsible for paying back the stolen money.
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