Cynthia Holland, 47, who worked as a nurse at the prison, he toured the Pacific Northwest in the car with her husband and cat, from time to time to stop robbing banks during the nine months of the Crime Spree.
She was arrested after a robbery in Auburn, California, where she is not wearing a wig.
The witness gave the license plate and model of your car, and held a dozen miles away with her husband, Christopher Alonzo, 26, accused of acting fleeing driver. His cat found in the backseat of a car with its sandbox and toys.
Holland and Alonzo were each charged with robbery and conspiracy.
An FBI spokesman said there was a series of bank robberies in Washington, Montana, Oregon and California.
In each case, the thief of women gave the teller a note demanding money and claiming to be armed. The spokesman said: "The wigs are really what stand out." During the last flight Van Holland was not wearing a wig, and her blond hair was covered with a hat.