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1 arrested in North End robbery

Failed attempt on armored car leads to standoff in Malden; another held

Linda Tsitos hugged her daughter Liberty after she was released from the Beebe School yesterday evening in Malden. The school was in lockdown following a botched robbery attempt in the North End.
Linda Tsitos hugged her daughter Liberty after she was released from the Beebe School yesterday evening in Malden. The school was in lockdown following a botched robbery attempt in the North End. (Globe Photo / Erik Jacobs) Globe Photo / Erik Jacobs
By Suzanne Smalley and David Abel
Globe Staff / June 17, 2005

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MALDEN -- A botched robbery of an armored car at high noon yesterday in Boston's North End ended with dozens of FBI agents and heavily armed State Police troopers surrounding a three-decker in Malden, where they arrested at least one man, but another suspect apparently escaped, the head of the Boston FBI office said last night. (Full article: 900 words)

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