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Federal Bureau of Investigation returns stolen money to local bank

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Sergeant Ralph Vose and Special Agent Tim Murphy present Wells Fargo employees, Leslie Tallerico, Carrie Robertson and Misty Zamantakis, with money stolen from the Helper Wells Fargo on July 19, 2004. Burnice Williams Jr., the man charged with robbing the bank, was sentenced for 57 months in a federal prison in March. The crime was the first recorded bank robbery in Carbon County history. With the valuable assistance of the FBI, local police and citizens of Helper, Williams was caught and confessed to the crime on the same day.

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