ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It wasn't a description of an armed robber that landed one man in jail, it was the bandana police say he left behind.
According to a criminal complaint, Manuel Leyba was the man behind the bandana during an armed robbery in December of last year.
The complaint states Leyba walked into a Walgreens.on Central with a handgun tucked under his shirt and demanded money from the clerk.
Police say he walked away with $280 but left behind that bandana with his DNA on it.
The complaint states the DNA was entered in a national database and Leyba was pinged.
He's now charged with armed robbery.
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