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The woman called police after ‘recognising him from his profile picture’

An optimistic robber friend requested his alleged victim on Facebook the day after he attacked her, according to police.

Riley Allen Mullins, 28, was identified by the woman as her possible attacker after she recognised him from his profile picture, the Kitsap Sun reported.

He has been charged with attacking the woman as she waited at a ferry terminal in Washington on Tuesday.

She was sitting at the Bremerton terminal listening to music through headphones when she was hit in the head from behind, authorities said.

After being struck, a man grabbed her iPod and purse and ran away. She did not recognise the man but noticed a tattoo of a triangle on his neck during the attack.

The next day, the woman received a Facebook friend request and thought she recognised the sender as the man who robbed her.

Police confirmed the Facebook account belonged to Mullins and said his picture showed the triangular neck tattoo.

The woman is not thought to have accepted his request.

Additional reporting by AP

Alleged robber ‘sent victim Facebook friend request after attack’

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MAN ATTEMPTS TO PAY WATER BILL WITH CRACK COCAINE

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Man attempts to pay water bill with crack cocaine

2:30 PM, Sep 24, 2013   |   0  comments
DELTONA, Fla. — Authorities were searching for a Deltona man who tried to pay his water bill with crack cocaine by handing the cashier an envelope filled with it, the sheriff’s office said.

The Deltona Water office was evacuated on Sept. 23 after the water-department employees called the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office to take a look at the envelope with the white powder, authorities said.

A team of law enforcement officials and fire department employees responded to the building, the sheriff’s office said.

According to the report, it is common for customers to drop off envelopes in the counter that contain their water bill payments.

But in this case, when the employee opened the envelope, there was no statement or writing on it. Instead, the envelope contained a clear plastic bag with 3 grams of crack cocaine.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office will continue to investigate the incident. the man was caught on surveillance video and deputies say he left the water office in a bicycle.

NBC Miami