Another Sentence In ATM Solutions Case

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ST. LOUIS (AP) – Another person is going to prison for her role in the ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis.

On Wednesday, Yolanda Willis, 38, was sentenced to one year and eight months in prison for making false statements to the FBI.

She pleaded guilty to federal charges in April. Prosecutors say Willis lied about her  assistance in helping to conceal some of the stolen money by hiding it in a St. Louis-area storage unit.

Four men stole more than $6 million from the St. Louis office of ATM Solutions in 2010, one of the largest heists ever in St. Louis.

Many others helped hide the stolen money. All told, 17 people have been accused of involvement in the crime.