bank robber

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27 robbers had researched the topic, they would know that about 85 percent of all bank robbers in Little Rock are caught.
Earlier this summer, an overweight bank robber allegedly robbed 10 banks throughout the region, including two in New Hampshire He was dubbed the "Burly Bandit.
Other treats in this small jewel of a film come from watching the bank robbers pull off their heist with the silky precision and coordination of a Swiss timepiece, and from seeing ice queen insurance consultant Madeline White (Jodie Foster) move back and forth between cops and robbers with the buttery neutrality of a Swiss banker.
We've had serial bank robbers this year and have arrested several of them, but this guy is the most prolific still out there,' said FBI spokesman Paul McCabe.
He must be the world's worst bank robber,' said a state prosecutor.
To supplement the ad campaign, the Maryland Bank Robbery Task Force hired a former bank robber to serve as its spokesman.
In addition, while the typical bank robber from 1992 has the same profile as in previous years, these robbers now commit senseless acts of violence during holdups.
The Getaway (1972) -- Steve McQueen plays a bank robber whose wife makes a deal with a Texas politician to have her husband released from prison in return for a percentage from their next big heist.
A SUSPECTED bank robber appeared at Liverpool Crown Court.
A BRITISH diplomat in Florida has revealed the bizarre tale of Scotland's dumbest bank robber.
SHOPPERS cleaned up after a bank robber hurled his loot into the air as he fled.
Johnny Piper of Lamar County, Texas, pursued a suspected bank robber, Michael Hammonds, down a country road.