OLYMPIA, Wash., April 10 (UPI) -- Maybe his next target was Scrooge McDuck's vault.
Police in Washington state said they busted an alleged robber with an "unwise prop" -- a canvas bag printed with a dollar sign.
The Olympia Police Department said officers responded April 8 to a report of a robbery at a Subway restaurant on the west side of the city and employees told investigators the suspect indicated he had a weapon in his pocket and left with money from the cash register and a worker's cellphone.
The workers told police the man, who wore a red bandanna over his face, told them not to "do anything funny."
The man, who employees said fled with a shopping cart, was located near the Grocery Outlet. Police said he was pushing a shopping cart loaded with consumer goods and was carrying $100 cash and a cellphone matching the description of the device taken from the Subway worker.
The man also had a white canvas bag printed with a dollar sign tied to his pants.
David Lingafelter, 22, was arrested on charges of robbery and obstructing.
There was no word on whether the suspect has ties to the Beagle Boys gang.