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1. Henry Starr
Profile of bank robber Henry Starr.
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2. Bank Robberies in PA and VA
Unsolved bank robberies (Pittsburgh area - Western PA - WV), bulletins and photos
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3. Willie Sutton
One of the FBI Famous Cases. Bank robber. Willie Sutton acquired two nicknames, "The Actor" and "Slick Willie," for his ingenuity in executing robberies in various disguises.
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4. The Brinks Robbery
FBI analysis of this famous bank robbery. Shortly before 7:30 p.m. on the evening of January 17, 1950, a group of armed, masked men emerged from 165 Prince Street in Boston, Massachusetts, dragging bags containing $1,218,211.29 in cash and $1,557,183.83 in checks, money orders, and other securities. These men had just committed the "crime of the century," the "perfect crime," the "fabulous Brink's robbery." At 7:27 p.m. as the robbers sped from the scene, a Brink's employee telephoned the Boston Police Department. Minutes later, police arrived at the Brink's building, and Special Agents of the FBI quickly joined in the investigation.
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5. FBI Freedom of Information Act Release of Information on 1934 Robbery
Records concerning a 1934 robbery of the Peoples Savings Bank, Grand Haven, Michigan, containing only limited information about Baby Face Nelson.
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