ST. LOUIS (AP) -- One of the men involved in the ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis says inside information from an ex-employee was key to the $6.6 million heist.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 22-year-old Myron Kimble pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy, kidnapping and firearms charges. Kimble was not present at the August robbery but showed up later at a house where the robbers were splitting the loot and got up to $55,000 of it.
Kimble says in court documents that he and John Wesley Jones conducted surveillance of the building, discussed what weapons to use, and followed a company van.
Kimble was present when Jones talked to the ex-employee on the phone. That former employee was not identified and apparently has not been charged.
Two of the robbers -- Jones and James Wright -- have pleaded guilty.
Information from: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, http://www.stltoday.com
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