Suspected Bank Robber Bonnie Gooch Shared Kindly Note: 'I Didn't Mean To Scare You'

Follow-up to the most daring granny in Missouri . . . Allegedly . . .

Court documents filed in Cass County in the latest case said the robbery note demanded “13,000 small bills,” adding “thank you sorry I didn’t mean to scare you.” Surveillance video also captured her banging on the counter, asking the teller to hurry, Cass County prosecutors said.

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78-year-old Missouri bank robbery suspect: 'I didn't mean to scare you'

A 78-year-old woman with two past bank robbery convictions faces new charges after authorities allege she handed a teller a note that said "I didn't mean to scare you" during a recent Missouri heist.Bonnie Gooch is jailed on $25,000 bond after she was charged with one count of stealing or attempting to steal from a financial institution in the holdup Wednesday in Pleasant Hill, The Kansas City Star reports.

And, yes, her story has resonated across the pond . . .

78-year-old Missouri woman arrested on bank robbery charges

A 78-year-old woman with two past bank robbery convictions was arrested again for a third heist in Missouri, police said. Bonnie Gooch walked into Goppert Financial Bank and allegedly handed a note to the teller demanding thousands in cash. She also left a note saying "Thank you sorry I didn't mean to scare you", before driving off with the cash.