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The brother also said that their father was bank robber Benjamin Hoskins Paddock who was on the FBI's ten most wanted list until 1977.
Midway working on his second screenplay, "The Gentleman Bandit," about bank robber Willie Sutton, Rich felt compelled to try his hand at producing his documentary film about Sutton.
For awhile there, we were seeing a different kind of bank robber [nationally]," Nesbitt said.
The exception, said Special Agent Gail Marcinkiewicz, media coordinator at the FBI's Boston field office, is when "there is a serial bank robber with guns.
Still, with heartthrob Clive Owen playing bank robber Dalton Russell, it seems unlikely audiences will applaud his demise.
The Last Outlaw: The Life Of Pat Crowe by John Koblas is an engaging true life account of the wild west bank robber Pat Crowe, an escape artist, ex-Catholic and all around general outlaw in the early years of the 20th century.
An American bank robber who took at least six people hostage and ordered them to strip to their underwear was shot by police during an attempt to escape in a light aircraft.
I'm Not Crying: A Story By an African American Ex-Professional Bank Robber, Now Jailed for Life, for a Robbery He Did Not Commit by Michael Norwood a.
A Minnesota bank robber is definitely low-budget during his stick-ups -he uses a pencil to draw on a fake moustache, say police.
BUNGLING bank robber Edward Blaine was last night rated the world's worst criminal.
In the two-channel video projection The Third Memory, 2000, it is bank robber John Wojtowicz who is given a voice.
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 BANK robber handed a cashier a handwritten note reading: "PS5,000 now, Shhh
A BIRMINGHAM bank robber has been ordered to repay just PS1 of the PS114,000 he stole in a smash and grab raid.