A victim of the technology market crash has turned his hand to robbing banks, US police have claimed.
According to Reuters, 55 year-old Joseph Kaczynski, of Worcester, Massachusetts, was laid off as a result of the downturn in the tech economy.
The college educated man found himself homeless and owing $10,000 to a friend and more than $7,500 in child support for his three children.
Police believe that Kaczynski became so desperate after he was unable to find a job that he robbed three banks and was finally caught attempting to rob a fourth.
He was charged with stealing about $4,300 and confessed to the other robberies, police said.
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