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The King County Prosecutor's Office says a bank robbery reported by a 25-year-old Chase Bank teller in June was a ruse. Now Seattle's Jane Sol,

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King County Prosecutor's Office Says Bank Robbery Reported by Chase Teller Was Fake

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The King County Prosecutor's Office says a bank robbery reported by a 25-year-old Chase Bank teller in June was a ruse. Now Seattle's Jane Sol, who worked at the Chase Bank at 359 Strander Blvd. in Tukwila, faces charges of first-degree theft and false reporting, stemming from a scheme she later told authorities was hatched so she could make good on her debts.

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As was reported by Levi Pulkkinen of the Seattle PI, the man Sol told authorities was responsible for the June bank robbery turned out to be a longtime bank customer, a revelation that ultimately led to Sol's downfall.

Court documents filed in the case using information compiled by Seattle Police Department Detective Len Carver III illustrate the case against Sol.

From the Certification for Determination of Probable Cause:

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According to court documents, Sol then worked with Chase security to locate video of the purported bank robbery. That's when her story started to fall apart.

More from the Certification for Determination of Probable Cause:

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Of course, once it was determined that the man Sol said was responsible for the robbery was actually a longstanding customer, and bank security determined that video surveillance showed no signs of an actually bank robbery, Carver cranked up the heat on Sol - with court documents indicating she eventually cracked.

More from the Certification for Determination of Probable Cause:

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Court documents say a bank audit revealed the Tukwila Chase branch lost a total of $11,039.35 in the theft.

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