An 18 year old man out of Camden decided he was going to rob a bank. Then it was a few. The police had surveillance photos, maybe a witness account, photo of gun and photo of what he was wearing. Nothing concrete pointing to him.
Then the man put a photo on his Instagram account showing a gun in similar size and shape to the one on the surveillance video. Then there were other photos of him in a specific flight jacket as the one worn by a man robbing one of the banks. Another bank gets robbed and a new photo goes up on Instagram. This time showing the man fanning $100 bills and a gun sticking out of his pants. The final robbery occurs at a bank and surveillance shows a masked man wearing a bomber jacket with a shoulder patch. Don't you know that a new Instagram photo is posted showing him in a similar jacket helping a woman shoot a handgun.
What I think people forget is that the police check social media. They look at postings when the are investigating a crime. I don't think this 18 year old even thought the police would look. Either way, he was arrested and has a nice photo array of himself for the jury now.