Wizards are pretty sweet. I mean, if we are to believe movies like "Harry Potter" and "Lord Of The Rings", wizards can do some pretty awesome stuff. Like make people invisible. Unfortunately for one man, wizards aren't real, at least not in the Harry Potter sense of the word. So, when you pay a "wizard" $500 so that you can be invisible and rob a bank, it's probably going to backfire.

The man hasn't been named, but at least we have his photo. He allegedly told the judge at his trial,

I made a mistake. I understand now what a big trick was played on me.

The guy's first mistake was simply walking into the bank and randomly grabbing money out of customer's hands (because, you know, he was invisible). Seeing what was happening, people in the bank quickly overpowered and then subdued him.

I wonder if police ever found that wizard?