AUSTIN, Texas (KXAN) - A hungry man looking for marijuana money is now in jail, according to police in Texas.
Police responded to the Pioneer Bank at 3720 Jefferson Ave. after a robbery alarm call.
When officers showed up, they could hear glass breaking around the back side of the building.
Joshua Hays, 22, was allegedly halfway in through a broken window.
When police questioned Hays, he reportedly told them he was looking for money or something of value because he was hungry and wanted marijuana.
Though he never quite made it all the way through the window, Hays was arrested and charged with burglary.
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