Fugitive in Armored Car Theft Gives Up After 12 Years – New York Times
Posted On September 16, 2005
(I love armored car robbery stories…the fascinating part of this one is what happened to her accomplice Mr. Solis…is this simply part of a plan they hatched together? Does he still have the child? How did they get out of the U.S. and how did she get back in? What happened to the money?…fascinating fukn story….cd)
Fugitive in Armored Car Theft Gives Up After 12 Years
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
Published: September 16, 2005
LAS VEGAS, Sept. 15 – A woman who became one of the most sought after fugitives in the United States after disappearing with an armored car and $2.5 million ended almost 12 years on the run on Thursday when she walked into a federal courthouse here and surrendered.
The woman, Heather C. Tallchief, was a driver for Loomis Armored, now Loomis Fargo, on Oct. 1, 1993, when while making a stop at the Circus Circus casino hotel she took off with her truck and its contents, leaving behind two other guards. Fugitive in Armored Car Theft Gives Up After 12 Years – New York Times LINK