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Heists: US: see Heists & Heists UK & Heists US: Hollywood Bank of America 1997 etc. & Gangs & Gangs: US & Gangs: UK etc. & Crime & Police & Banks & Money & Mafia & Prison & Robbery & West & Art & Piracy & GBH Films & Theft

Storyville: The Great Sex Addict Heist TV - Philip Johnson - Love & Death: The Story of Bonnie & Clyde TV - Timewatch TV - Greg Weston - Masterminds TV - American Gangster TV - Gangland TV - Takers 2010 - For a Few Dollars More 1965 - Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid 1969 - Point Break 1991 - The Train Robbers 1973 - Logan Lucky 2017 - In Cold Blood 1967 - Mark Kermode’s Secrets of Cinema TV - Jesse James TV - Tony Robinson’s Wild West TV - Gun the Man Down 1956 - The Spikes Gang 1974 - Robert Redford’s The West TV - Great Crimes & Trials TV - Dillinger 1991 - Larceny Inc 1942 - Bloody Mama 1970 - The Town 2010 - Dead Presidents 1995 - The Killers 1946 - American Animals 2018 - Baby Driver 2017 - The Getaway 1972 - The Killing 1956 - The Asphalt Jungle 1950 - Ocean’s 11 2001 - Ocean’s 12 2004 - Ocean’s 13 2007 - Domini 2005 - Parker 2013 - The Friends of Eddie Coyle 1973 - Public Enemies 2009 - Armored 2009 - Swindle 2002 - Thunderbolt & Lightfoot 1974 - After the Sunset 2004 - Thief 1981 - The Big Steal 1949 - Welcome to Collinwood 2002 - The St Louis Bank Robbery 1959 - Kansas City Confidential 1952 - Stark Raving Mad 2002 - Hidden Crimes 2009 - Young Dillinger 1965 - They Live By Night 1949 - The Hurricane Heist 2018 - Mad Money 2008 - Out of Sight 1998 - The Hot Spot 1990 - They Made Me a Killer 1946 - Charley Varrick 1973 - Thirty Minutes or Less 2011 - Bank Shot 1974 - Welcome to Collinwood 2002 - The Big Heist 2001 - American Heist 2014 - Bringing Down the Mob TV - Natural Born Outlaws TV - Den of Thieves 2018 - Reservoir Dogs 1992 - White Heat 1949 - Bullitt 1968 - Roadblock 1951 - Armored Car Robbery 1950 - Set It Off 1996 - Takers 2010 - Die Hard 1998 - The Split 1968 - The Organization 1971 - Dog Day Afternoon 1975 - The Place Beyond the Pines 2013 - Bringing Down the Mob TV - Inside Man 2006 - 10 Million Dollar Getaway 1991 - A Bronx Tale 1993 - Quick Change 1990 - Heist 2001 - Small Town Crooks 2000 - Good Time 2017 - The Pope of Greenwich Village 1984 - Henry's Crime 2011 - Tracers 2015 - The Thomas Crown Affair 1999 - Money Train 1995 - Kiss of Death 1947 - Tower Heist 2011 - The Hot Rock 1972 - Railroaded 1947 - 

 

 

74,143.  ‘My name is Jonas Wojtowicz – you can call me the Dog.’  (Gangs US: New York & Heists: US)  Storyville: The Great Sex Addict Heist: The Dog, BBC 2015

 

74,144.  At 2.58 p.m. that afternoon two men entered a bank in Brooklyn and began what turned out to be the most sensational, most bizarre, most unbelievable bank robbery in the history of crime.  (Gangs US: New York & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

74,145.  ‘When we went inside the bank, Bobby walks over to me and says, I can’t do it.’  (Gangs US: New York & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

74,146.  ‘One of the most celebrated losers of recent times.’  (Gangs US: New York & Heists: US)  ibid.  television news report

 

 

17,928.  If the corporations steal from their workers, they shouldn’t be surprised that their workers steal.  They should expect it.  They’re reaping what they’ve sown.  (Gangs US: Florida & Florida & Corporation & Heists: US & Heists: Loomis Fargo)  Philip Johnson, Loomis Fargo & Co Heist Florida

 

 

132,260.  For two incredible years, Bonnie & Clyde led the notorious Barrow Gang on a bloodstained trail of crime that stretched across five states.  Bonnie & Clyde robbed banks, pulled a string of armed robberies, and left a mounting legacy of murder victims in the wake.  (Gangs US: Bonnie & Clyde & Heists: US)  Love & Death: The Story of Bonnie & Clyde, History 1995  

 

 

17,405.  The most infamous outlaws of all were a pair of young lovers whose two-year crime spree included armed robbery, car theft, abduction, murder and a series of dramatic gun battles across at least eleven states.  Some saw them as modern-day Robin Hoods.  (Gangs US: Bonnie & Clyde & Murder Cases & Heists: US)  Timewatch: The Real Bonnie & Clyde 

 

 

17,523.  In 1980 there was a sudden wave of very very large bank robberies all up and down the California coast.  Really the only clue that it was the same gang doing all of these robberies was that one of them wore an oversized stop-watch around his neck.  (Gangs US: California & Banks & Heists: US)  Greg Weston, author The Stopwatch Gang

 

 

111,412.  He was a bank robber with a style of his own.  He installed fear in those who encountered him.  He planned to perfection.  He left no clues.  His getaways were flawless.  He was one of the most creative outlaws in modern America.  (Heists: US & Gangs US: Seattle & Seattle & Banksters)  Masterminds e4: A Man Called Hollywood

 

111,413.  With bank branches popping up all over Seattle there seemed to be lots of cash around just ripe for the taking.  This city was fast becoming a hotspot for bank robbers.  (Heists: US & Gangs US: Seattle & Seattle & Banksters)  ibid.

 

111,414.  He perfected the art of make-up.  (Heists: US & Gangs US: Seattle & Seattle & Banksters)  ibid.

 

111,415.  ‘They finally found him.  He had shot himself.’  (Heists: US & Gangs US: Seattle & Seattle & Banksters)  ibid.  

 

 

18,147.  They were like characters out of a movie.  A brilliant creative leader, a crew working in perfect precision, they pulled off hundreds of robberies, stole millions and baffled law enforcement for years.  And they made daring escapes in a custom BMW loaded with gadgets and gizmos.  Like 007 himself the gang seemed to have it all.  Brains, bravery, bravado, it seemed no-one could stop the James Bond Gang.  (Gangs: US & Heists: US)  Masterminds e18: James Bond Gang

 

18,148.  Their high-tech getaway car always kept them one step ahead of the law.  These criminals were home-grown.  (Gangs: US & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

18,149.  The James Bond car was the critical piece of evidence for the FBI.  (Gangs: US & Heists: US)  ibid.

  

 

17,082.  He was the most prolific bank robber in US history.  A master planner with super human strength and military precision.  For three decades he rode roughshod over banks up and down the east coast.  There was nothing police could do to catch the Friday Night Bank Robber.  (Banks & Heists: US)  Masterminds e22: The Friday Night Robber

 

17,083.  He had hit at least fifty banks.  (Banks & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

17,084.  After almost thirty years as a criminal mastermind Karl Gugasian is finally putting his skills to good use.  (Banks & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

 

17,470.  A crooked cop pulls off a bank job worth over $10 million.  He committed the perfect crime and mocked authorities.  (Gangs US: Boston & Boston & Banks & Robbery & Heists: US)  Masterminds: Memorial Day Heist

 

17,471.  Medford Massachusetts ... The richest bank in Medford was Depositors Trust.  Its security system was state of the art.  There were massive time-lock steel doors.  Inside was a Safe and a thousand double-key deposit boxes.  The vault seemed impregnable.  But on Memorial weekend 1980 the unthinkable happened ... The largest bank burglary in New England’s history.  $10 million in cash and jewels were gone ... The reinforced concrete ceiling had a hole blown in it.  (Gangs US: Boston & Boston & Robbery & Banks & Heists: US)  ibid.   

 

 

111,488.  They [Craig Pritchert & Nova Guthrie] hit banks across the American mid-west scoring a half million dollars and evading police at every turn.  (Banks & Heists: US)  Masterminds e42: The Halloween Heist

 

 

111,532.  He [David Brankle] robs banks to finance a double life.  Striking with lightening speed.  In 2002 authorities started noticing a pattern to bank robberies across the mid-west.  At every bank it was the same story.  By the time bank managers were alerted to the thefts he was gone.  At the crime scenes police found no useful evidence.  (Banks & Heists: US)  Masterminds e48: The Highway Robber  

 

111,533.  A family man with no criminal record living in small-town Indiana.  In an incredible 20-month spree David Brankle hit nearly 50 banks in 6 states and made himself a fortune.  (Banks & Heists: US)  ibid.   

 

111,534.  A surveillance camera in a supermarket car park captures their suspect getting into his car.  (Banks & Heists: US)  ibid. 

 

 

111,559.  A mastermind makes pizza by day and a fortune by night … ‘A master burglar, a master safe-cracker.’  (Robbery & Jewellery & Heists: US)  Masterminds s54: The Museum Heist

 

111,560.  In the early 1990s Akron, Ohio, was hit with an unprecedented series of jewellery-store heists.  (Robbery & Jewellery & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

111,561.  In July 1994 the gang struck the Headley Whitney museum 300 miles south in Lexington.  (Robbery & Museum & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

111,562.  James Quinn engineered the biggest jewellery spree in US history.  (Robbery & Jewellery & Heists: US)  ibid.  

 

 

17,519.  A mastermind assembles America’s greatest gang of professional bank robbers.  They target one of the richest banks in America.  (Gangs US: California & Heists: US & Banks)  Masterminds: The Stopwatch Heist

 

17,520.  Mitchell and his crew now target the Bank of America in California.  (Gangs US & Heists: US & Banks)  ibid.

 

17,521.  Mitchell returns to the US back to the only job he knows.  (Gangs US: California & Heists: US & Banks)  ibid.

 

17,522.  Barring another miraculous escape he won’t be eligible for release until his 115th birthday.  (Gangs US & Heists: US & Banks)  ibid.

 

 

19,952.  Undeterred, Cornell’s crew robbed dozens of banks while still attending high school.  (Gangs US: Washington & Washington & Banksters & Heists: US)  American Gangster: Cornell Jones

 

 

19,944.  Mac Dre was a hero and an underground legend … But Dre’s festive spirit belayed a troubling past, including five years spent in prison and close ties to the notorious crew of bank robbers known as the Romper Room Gang.  (Gangs US: California & Banksters & Heists: US)  American Gangster: The Romper Room Gang & Mac Dre  

 

19,945.  By the late ’80s the Crack trade had turned the city [Vallejo] upside down.  (Gangs US: California & Crack Cocaine & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

19,946.  The Romper Crew moved from drug dealing to robbing pizza parlours.  (Gangs US: California & Robbery & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

19,947.  Bank robbing was becoming an addiction.  (Gangs US: California & Banks & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

19,948.  The take-down in Fresno was the beginning of the end.  (Gangs US & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

19,949.  In 2001 Fat Tone was arrested for the murder of a pregnant woman but charges were dropped.  (Gangs US: California & California & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

 

19,407.  He is one of the most prolific bank robbers in American history.  (Gangs US: New York & New York & Banksters & Heists: US)  American Gangster: Chaz Williams

 

19,408.  In 1971 his crew got caught.  (Gangs US: New York & New York & Banksters & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

19,409.  In September of 1975 he was found guilty of armed bank robbery.  (Gangs US: New York & New York & Banksters & Heists: US)  ibid.

 

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