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Robbery Money Recovered From St. Louis Self-Storage Facility

A woman was arrested last week in connection with stolen cash recovered from a self-storage unit in St. Louis.

June 7, 2011

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Robbery Money Recovered From St. Louis Self-Storage Facility

A woman was arrested last week in connection with stolen cash recovered from a self-storage unit in St. Louis.

Yolanda Willis, 37, faces federal charges in connection with a robbery at ATM Solutions last summer. Roughly $6.6 million was stolen Aug. 2 from ATM Solutions, an ATM cash replenishment and maintenance company.

Investigators said Willis and relatives stored and then retrieved large sums of money from the self-storage facility after the robbery. Willis had been given the storage security entry code and storage unit number by Latunya Wright, who has already pleaded guilty and admitted to her role in hiding money, according to court documents. Stolen money was also recovered at Wrights home. Two men have already been sentenced for their roles in the robbery.

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