Subway Robbery Suspect Told Police ‘Jared’s Diet’ Didn’t Work, Wanted His Money Back

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Subway Robbery Suspect Told Police ‘Jared’s Diet’ Didn’t Work, Wanted His Money Back
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Source: myfox8.com
HUEYTOWN, Ala. — A man accused of robbing four Subway restaurants in Alabama told police “Jared’s diet” didn’t work for him and he was attempting to get his money back, according to multiple media reports.

Zachary Rapheal Torrence, 18, of Fairfield was arrested at the Hueytown Walmart hours after police say he robbed a Subway restaurant in Adamsville.

Torrence is also suspected of robbing Subway restaurants in Hueytown, Midfield and Birmingham.

Hueytown Police Chief Chuck Hagler said the suspect told detectives he had spent a lot of money on the Subway diet, also known as “Jared’s diet,” and he hadn’t lost any weight — so he wanted his money back.

A citizen recognized bright orange shoes the suspect wore in each of the robberies.

He faces one count of first degree burglary and is being held on a $250,000 bond.

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