Netflix’s ‘Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist’ isA documentary movie that is equal parts thrilling and amazing due to the way it charts Argentina’s most notorious looting. After all, it delves into every aspect of the crime — whether it be the meaning, the methods, or the motive behind it — through first-hand accounts of the rather proud perpetrators themselves. So now, if you wish to learn more about the stolen haul, the local officials’ recovery efforts for it, as well as how much the crooks actually made out with, we’ve got the essential details for you.
How Much Did The Thieves Steal?
ItIt was back in September2004 Fernando AraujoI came up with the idea to rob a two-story building. Bank RioIn his native land, he will plant a branch Acassuso, San IsidroTo supposedly investigate the art of offense. FromThe artist was responsible for all the planning and execution. It was necessary to carefully plan and coordinate many complex aspects. isHe and his entire team were not prepared to execute the radical operation. Friday, January 13, 2006.
TheThe group stormed Bank Rio around the afternoon before spending hours simply “negotiating” with the police, just to disappear following a demand for pizzas and a promise to surrender at 3:30. ItIt was 7:15 p.m. when law enforcement stepped in. But the robbers had long since left, taking nearly $20 million in cash and valuables from safety deposit boxes. They’d cracked open 143 safes in the two hours they’d allotted themselves upon securing the place and hostages, and then they fled via the tunnel rather than their entry point of the front gate.
Where is The Stolen Money Now?
One of the first (andlast) things the squad did upon reaching safety was obviously divide the entire loot amongst themselves, unaware that they’d be arrested within mere weeks owing to an informant. However, apart from the $938,700, ₱80,315, and €30,084 recovered from Beto De la Torre’s home during his apprehension, along with likely smaller funds from others, a majority remains pinched. There are actually reports suggesting there wasn’t a blown-out expansive effort to legally retrieve the money either since the insurance companies and the bank had already handled the situation.
“Everyone who played a role in this story won,” Fernando Araujo NetflixOriginal production “ProsecutorsPolice officers who have advanced in their careers became detectives, and judges were also recognized. The victims’ insurance got them more than they had. LikePirinola [a spinning top game]Where everyone is welcome is a winner.”
As for where the cash or valuables are today, they’re possibly still being carefully utilized by the crew, who have understandably never even admitted to having anything in safekeeping. In fact, they’ve never once revealed the precise amount they managed to get from the job either, let alone what they did with it — that’s part of the reason this heist is called “the robbery of the century.”
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