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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My dear sir, do you expect your bank robber to let you reach for your gun in the place where he knows it's kept?
THE gunman responsible for the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history was the son of a bank robber once on the FBI's most wanted list, according to his family who said his involvement had struck them like an "asteroid".
CHAOS 5* 9PM Bank robber Wesley Snipes has Seattle under siege, and the only man he'll talk to is Jason Statham, a cowboy cop on suspension.
America's most famous bank robber of the twentieth century doesn't fancy prison accommodations.
THURSDAY PUBLIC ENEMIES ITV4 9PM In the early days of the FBI, the agency attempts to track down the notorious bank robber John Dillinger, but realise that to catch him they may have to use underhand tactics.
The reward program is Arkansas' first statewide bank robber reward program since the 1930s or '40s, said Bill Holmes, president and CEO of the Arkansas Bankers Association.
Miley is taking a role in a Lifetime mini series as bank robber Bonnie, from legendary Bonnie and Clyde Barrow.
A work of historical fiction, the book aims to fill the gaps in the life of bank robber Willie "The Actor" Sutton.
Within a few minutes, the bank robber, who usually isn't armed, (armed robbery carries a much stiffer sentence) walks out with about $2,500, and only then is it when most witnesses realize it occurred at all.
Wanted: Gentleman Bank Robber, The True Story of Leslie Ibsen Rogge, One of the FBI's Most Elusive Criminals" is the story of Rogge, a man who by much speculation has knocked over more banks than many famed outlaws put together.
The other responded with the quote attributed to bank robber Willie Sutton: "Because that's where the money is.