In 1997 cash handling company Loomis Fargo experienced the two largest cash robberies ever committed on American soil. It wasn't a great year!
The first was a crime of opportunity, the second was a more planned affair. And yet, it turned out to be the most ridiculous heist in history. Seriously, the stupidity of the crime is unbelievable and also hilarious.
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References and further reading:
The FBI Files (Discovery Channel) The Un-Perfect Crime, 2001:
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