bank robber

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: robber - a robber of banksbank robber - a robber of banks      
robber - a thief who steals from someone by threatening violence
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There is no doubt that you have detected and defeated in the most complete manner one of the most determined attempts at bank robbery that have ever come within my experience."
A linear relationship between the rate of bank robbery in each state, the dependent variable, and the explanatory variables, discussed above, was assumed.
TWO people were arrested today in connection with the pounds 26.5million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast.
He is accused of three offences of bank robbery ( the third is alleged to have happened at a bank in Southampton last month ( robbing a customer at the Sunderland bank and two offences of carrying an imitation firearm with intent to carry out a robbery.
The Bank Robbery Working Group, consisting of Massachusetts Bankers Association (MBA) executives and bank security officers joined by representatives from the FBI, Massachusetts State Police, Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, and the Boston and Wellesley Police Departments, has explored ways to prevent bank robberies and apprehend subjects responsible for committing these crimes in the state.
POLICE in Belfast last night recovered pounds 50,000 from the Northern Bank Robbery.
Officers said that while searching his car they discovered $4,000 they believe was taken from a bank robbery that occurred hours earlier at the Huntington Bank on Second Street in Rochester.
The figure was the lowest in Denmark since 1998, but still the highest bank robbery rate in all of Europe, reported the Danish daily newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Clark's list of crimes dates back to 1954 and includes convictions for bank robbery, mail fraud and conspiracy to grow and sell marijuana.
The focus of this study, bank robbery, is a subtype of robbery targeted at banks.
When Luther Perkins erected his new bank building in Coffeyville, Kansas, a bank robbery was the farthest thing from his mind.