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Another man pleads guilty in ATM firm robbery

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Ryechine Money was among four gunmen who robbed ATM Solutions of $6.6 million last summer.

A second man has pleaded guilty in an ATM company robbery in St. Louis last summer.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 32-year-old Ryechine Money of St. Louis was among four gunmen who robbed ATM Solutions of $6.6 million. The amount, cited for the first time, was in court filings.

Money pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to interfering with interstate commerce by robbery and possession of a firearm during the crime. Sentencing is May 31.

John Wesley Jones pleaded guilty to the robbery in January. Another man has been named as a suspect but not charged, and police say they know who the fourth robber is, though they provided no details.

 

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