Man Admits Role in ATM Solutions Heist Last Summer
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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Another man has pleaded guilty to a role in the robbery of ATM Solutions in St. Louis.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 32-year-old James Wright pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to transporting stolen currency across state lines.
Wright admitted he accepted thousands of dollars and trying to hide more than $600,000.
Wright could get more than five years in prison at sentencing on June 14.
Authorities say $6.6 million was stolen in the August heist, one of the biggest robberies ever in St. Louis.
Two other men earlier this year pleaded guilty in the robbery.
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