‘Subway Diet’ failure led to Subway robbery, Alabama suspect tells police

Zachary Rapheal Torrance is pictured in this booking photo

Zachary Rapheal Torrance, 18, is pictured in this booking photo provided by the Hueytown Police Department. REUTERS/Hueytown Police Department/Handout

(Reuters) – A suspect in an armed robbery of a Subway sandwich restaurant in Alabama told investigators he acted out of anger because of his failed “Subway Diet,” police said on Friday.

 Zachary Rapheal Torrance, 18, was arrested at a Walmart store late on Thursday after a patron there recognized him from surveillance footage of the suspect that police had posted online, authorities said.

“He told the detective that he had been on the ‘Subway Diet’ and it had not worked for him and he felt like he wanted his money back,” said Hueytown Police Chief Chuck Hagler.

“The detective felt like he was being serious,” Hagler added.

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2 thoughts on “‘Subway Diet’ failure led to Subway robbery, Alabama suspect tells police

  1. Just to share some thoughts about the reality of the days we live in: Up until recently America had a frontier, something or someplace beyond yet to be discovered and settled. But not anymore, it seems that we are stuck in a day to day curse of bad happenings in our nation as is attested to by this article. yet I believe there is one last frontier that we haven’t tried and would be the greatest thing that could happen to our nation. I call it the frontier of Hope in Jesus Revival. America needs the revival of hope in Jesus

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