PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The FBI says it has made an arrest in an Oregon bank robbery after the suspect posted a claim of responsibility on Facebook.
Spokeswoman Beth Anne Steele says Ryan Homsley was arrested Friday. She says investigators filed a complaint Wednesday in federal court, charging Homsley with Tuesday's robbery at a Key Bank branch in suburban Tualatin.
Steele says Homsley has been a hospital patient since Thursday and would be scheduled for a court appearance upon his release.
A posting on Homsley's Facebook page said "im doing this to pay for my medical expenses. ... live for today!" His brother has said Homsley has a serious drug problem and is a diabetic.
He was dubbed the "Where's Waldo" bandit, based on his appearance in surveillance photos.
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