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On August 23, 1973, Jan-Erik Olsson decided to rob a bank. He wasn’t a very good bank robber and botched the job. A convict already on parole, he held the four bank employees hostage for six days by placing them in the bank’s vault. Olsson, later joined by his friend Clark Olofsson, tortured the captives by threatening them with dynamite and nooses.

Christopher Carosa


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