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A Man Finishes a 15-Year Sentence For Robbing a Shoe Store . . . and Heads Straight From Prison to Rob the Same Store

A Man Finishes a 15-Year Sentence For Robbing a Shoe Store . . . and Heads Straight From Prison to Rob the Same Store

When Christopher Miller was 25, back in 1999, he robbed a Stride Rite shoe store in Toms River, New Jersey.  And he ended up getting sentenced to 15 YEARS for armed robbery.

 

 

Christopher's 40 years old now, and he just got out of prison five days ago.

 

 

He left the South Woods State Prison in Bridgetown, New Jersey . . . got on a bus . . . took it back to the SAME store he robbed 15 years ago . . . and ROBBED it AGAIN.

 

 

He even did it the same way as he did in 1999 . . . he demanded cash from the employees, then ordered them to go to the back of the store.

 

 

The employees called the cops, and they quickly traced it to Christopher and arrested him for robbery.

 

 

There's no official word on WHY he chose to rob the same shoe store the SECOND he got out of prison.  Revenge?  Unfinished business?  A strange obsession with their shoes?  No one knows.  (Daily Record)  

 

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