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ASHVILLE, Ohio — A couple was arrested in Ohio last week after they allegedly robbed a bank, then posted pictures of themselves with the wads of cash on Facebook.

John Mogan, 28, and Ashley Duboe, 24, are charged with the Aug. 24 robbery of Savings Bank in a town south of Columbus, Ohio.

Investigators said Mogan, a convicted felon who had just been released from prison a few months earlier for robbing another bank, walked into the bank and gave a note demanding money to a teller, who then handed over cash.

Mogan has numerous tattoos on his face and investigators said he put on makeup to cover them in an attempt to disguise himself.

According to The Smoking Gun, the duo uploaded several pictures to Facebook days after the robbery. Police then were able to track them down.

Both were arrested and charged with robbery and theft. They’re being held in lieu of $250,000 bond.