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>> It's a scene that could've come straight out of Hollywood. Robbers dressed in masks of the US president carrying out a heist in an Italian bank. But unlike the 1991 blockbuster Point Break, Italian police believe they have arrested the culprits. They said on Monday that two brothers had been detained, suspected of breaking into dozens of cash machines near Turin while wearing Donald Trump masks.
CCTV footage shows the masked criminals covering surveillance cameras in the lobby of a bank before setting off explosives on a cash machine. And Italian police said the robbers had been inspired by a different film, The Jackal, in which Bruce Willis changes the color of his car because police are in pursuit.
The suspects had painted their white Mercedes black, a statement said, but if the arrested men are found guilty, they may find their lives resembling a different film altogether, Shawshank Redemption.