The brother and sister were both shown photos of the robbery, and the clothing and the backpack matched items owned and worn by Murillo, according to the report.
Murillo told investigators that he became nervous after a fight with his ex-wife and needed to have cash before his family was evicted. After pawning items, selling his car and trying to get money from friends, he realized the only way he’d get the money is to rob a bank.
He said he chose the Bank of America because it’s close to where he worked.
He said he went into the bank with a gun he borrowed from a friend and a mask from the military and demanded cash, which investigators later determined to be $9,271.
Murillo was also arrested in March on an assault charge, according to a North Palm Beach police report.