3 charged in armored car heist in BismarckBISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Three men are accused of stealing $330,000 from an armored car in Bismarck.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Three men are accused of stealing $330,000 from an armored car in Bismarck.
Authorities say US Bank reported on Feb. 23 that a deposit dropped off by Alpha 6 Inc. was missing the money. Police got a tip in late August that the three men, including an Alpha 6 employee, had planned the heist.
Charged with felony conspiracy to commit theft are 22-year-old employee Michael Link, 19-year-old Matthew Fiechtner and 25-year-old Nathan Tuenge. It was not immediately clear if they had obtained lawyers.
The Bismarck Tribune says the alleged scheme involved Link planning the theft, Fiechtner being a getaway driver and Tuenge taking the money with a duplicate key made from keys to the truck provided by Link.