ST. LOUIS (AP) __ One of the planners of the ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis has been sentenced to nearly 27 years in prison.
A federal judge handed down the sentence Tuesday for 23-year-old Myron Kimble of St. Louis. He pleaded guilty in March to conspiracy, kidnapping and firearms charges.
Kimble said in court documents that he and John Wesley Jones conducted surveillance of the ATM Solutions building, discussed what weapons to use, and followed a company van.
The crime occurred Aug. 2, 2010, when four people forced their way into the business and stole money and stamps in one of the largest robberies ever in St. Louis. About $6.6 million was stolen. Kimble was not among the four gunmen.
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