A tip about a suspiciously heavy tipper led to the arrest of a bank robber in Florida.

Jonathan Robert Meyers allegedly held up a branch of the Centennial Bank in Key West, claiming he was armed. The 45-year-old Nokomis resident then headed to Duval Street to spend the cash, according to Florida Keys News. A 911 call was made at 9:18 a.m.

Two other calls came in quickly after the police released the suspect’s description. A cab driver reported seeing a white man with gray hair and wearing a black Oakland Raiders T-shirt walking near La Te Da, a hotel and entertainment complex on Duval. A café owner also called to report a man fitting Meyers’s description who was tipping his staff in $50 bills.

At 9:38 a.m., police arrested Meyers at the intersection of Duval and Catherine Streets. “Meyers was carrying the undisclosed amount of money, and the officers saw him throw it behind a fence as they approached him,” said police spokeswoman Alyson Crean. “Meyers has an extensive criminal history.” A weapon was never found on his person.