bank guard

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a security guard at a bank

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Budgam (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] August 7 ( ANI ): A group of terrorists tried to snatch rifle of a bank guard at Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam.
One of those characters, who only showed up from time to time, was the old bank guard.
Among the supporting cast, Rufus is a standout as a bank guard a little too caught up in the history of the French Revolution, and Constance Dolle excels as a carefree salutary influence.
Politicians, responsive to tradition and popular opinion, can define any act, from teaching slaves to read to the cold-blooded murder of a bank guard, as a crime whose control belongs in the province of the criminal justice system.
A JILTED bank guard was sent to prison yesterday for launching a text message terror campaign against his former lover.
A BANK guard in Istanbul robbed his own cashiers and handed out pounds 17,500 to passers-by because he was angry at plans to close the bank and end his job.
But the name of the 30-year-old former Swiss bank guard is already being entered into the ranks of the righteous gentiles -- those persons who have taken risks to help Jews.
During the robbery, the subject shot and wounded a bank guard.
CPO Rawalpindi during the meeting underlined the importance of proper training of Bank guards and their fire practice adding that no reaction from any bank guard was reported during bank robberies here.
Karachi: An attempt to rob a bank in a busy district of Karachi on Friday was foiled when a gang of 12 robbers stormed but escaped after the bank guard opened fire on them, injuring one of the robbers, police said.
A bank guard was killed and four others were injured in last Monday's suicide attack on an Islamabad branch of a bank.
Ramos, who has worked as a bank guard for The Wackenhut Corp.
It's like a bank guard saying: It wasn't my fault that money was stolen from the safe because I left the key in it.
He would change disguises for every job, masquerading as a postman, window cleaner and even bank guard and police officer.