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Connecting the Dots

A string of 12 bank heists by the elusive "Average Joe Bandit" ended only when multiple law enforcement agencies figured out how to work together. Here's how they did it.

Average Joe manhunt
By Jay Atkinson
March 12, 2006

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IT'S A TUESDAY IN OCTOBER . The steeple of Winchester's First Congregational Church piercing the sky, and the early leaves strewn across the lawn. A young man wearing a dark polo shirt walks along, his baseball cap shading his eyes against the late-afternoon sun. He passes a trio of mailboxes and enters the Sovereign Bank at the corner of Church ... (Full article: 2514 words)

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