Brothers Sentenced In ATM Solutions Case

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 ST. LOUIS (AP) – Two brothers have each been sentenced to three years in prison for helping to move millions of dollars stolen in the ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis in 2010.

The sentences were handed down Monay for 44-year-old Eddie Oliphant of St. Louis County and 59-year-old Robert Oliphant of Buffalo, Mo.

Authorities say each man received a small cut of the more than $6 million taken in the robbery, one of the largest heists ever in St. Louis. Both men pleaded guilty in April to being an accessory after the fact to the robbery.

The nephew of the men, 26-year-old Jacobi Oliphant of St. Louis County, has also pleaded guilty. His sentencing is Aug. 14.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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