Modern U.S. “Bonnie And Clyde” Nabbed in S. Africa

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http://www.nytimes.com/2003/08/22/national/22ROBB.html Craig Pritchert and Nova Guthrie were so successful at robbing banks that they swiped more than $500,000 in at least half a dozen states over two years, leading police to dub them a modern Bonnie and Clyde, the New York Times reports. They vacationed in Belize and British Columbia, and Pritchert bought stocks on the Internet. Their spending spree ended Tuesday in Cape Town, South Africa when police, who were tipped off by the FBI . . .

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