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Last updated on Wednesday, January 16, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A Bloomington man is sentenced to be locked up for more than 15 years for robbing an Indy bank.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced the sentence of 24-year-old Anthony Harrell, to 188 months after his guilty plea to armed robbery.
Last September, FBI and IMPD officials say Harrell walked into a Sky Bank in Indy, dressed all in white, jumped the counter presenting what would turn out to be a BB gun and demanding cash.
Harrell apparently made off with more than $6,300 cash from the tills up front. The police found some of the banks money on the west side of the Circle City and more in a lockbox in his Bloomington home.
All but $828 were recovered, and Harrell admitted his role in the robbery.
US District Judge David Hamilton also sentenced Harrell to 5 years supervised release, a $1,000 fine, and to pay back the remaining $828 missing.
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