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Worst Frame Job Ever: Mark Sanchez Did Not Rob a South Bay Bank

via the Daily Breeze
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Police are searching for a balding heavyset sexagenarian man who allegedly robbed a Manhattan Beach bank on Monday, according to the Daily Breeze. Most memorable about the suspect was what he was wearing: a "Mark Sanchez" New York Jets jersey. "I'm being set up. I swear it wasn't me," Mark Sanchez himself jokingly claimed on Twitter, where he added the humorous hashtag "#worstframejobever."

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Detective Mike Rosenberger at 310-802-5171.

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