2 Sep 2013

Bank Robbery For Beginners

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 3:09 pm on 2 September 2013

As far as botched bank robberies go, what Anthony Prince did in the ski town of Vail Colorado is a text book case of what not to do. On a cold March morning in 2005 he and his mate robbed a bank where they were customers. They wore their name tags, spoke with Australian accents, took pictures of themselves with some of the $132,000 US they stole, and tried to escape by going to an airport heavy with security. Anthony has written a book called 'Bank Robbery For Beginners: A Story of Criminal Stupidity and Its Very Serious Consequences '.