History Main / BankRobbery

19th Apr '18 2:30:45 AM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' contains a rather long and involved bank robbery mission.

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* ''Franchise/GrandTheftAuto''
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''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'' contains a rather long and involved bank robbery mission.


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** The online multiplayer of ''V'' features two bank robberies as part of the original "Heists" update; the first heist has you knocking over a small local bank, and the fifth and final heist has you and a team knock over a big bank for a potential million-plus dollar payday.
23rd Mar '18 4:41:38 AM DeepRed
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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to UsefulNotes/FBI involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.

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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to UsefulNotes/FBI UsefulNotes/{{FBI}} involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.
23rd Mar '18 4:41:10 AM DeepRed
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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to {{FBI}} involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.

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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to {{FBI}} UsefulNotes/FBI involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.
23rd Mar '18 4:40:29 AM DeepRed
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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to FBI involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.

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Side note: In the United States, bank funds are insured by the FDIC, which makes Bank Robbery a Federal offense and often leads to FBI {{FBI}} involvement. In fiction, this means JurisdictionFriction.
11th Mar '18 9:12:51 PM Malady
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Bank jobs range from a simple stick-up by a lone operator who goes for whatever the BankTeller has in the cash drawer, to elaborate [[TheCaper capers]] to hit the main vault requiring months of planning and preparation carried out by a team of experts. The elaborate versions are often the focus of [[HeistFilm an entire movie]]. The FBI's definition of bank robbery requires the perpetrators to threaten bank employees into handing over the money, so technically most caper-type heists would be considered burglary. But don't expect anything involving theft from a bank to be called something other than "bank robbery" in fiction.

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Bank jobs range from a simple stick-up by a lone operator who goes for whatever the BankTeller bank teller has in the cash drawer, to elaborate [[TheCaper capers]] to hit the main vault requiring months of planning and preparation carried out by a team of experts. The elaborate versions are often the focus of [[HeistFilm an entire movie]]. The FBI's definition of bank robbery requires the perpetrators to threaten bank employees into handing over the money, so technically most caper-type heists would be considered burglary. But don't expect anything involving theft from a bank to be called something other than "bank robbery" in fiction.
27th Feb '18 12:29:41 PM CountDorku
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* The penultimate tier of ''The Swindle'' is the Banks, following a selection of casino jobs.

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* The penultimate tier of ''The Swindle'' ''VideoGame/TheSwindle'' is the Banks, following a selection of casino jobs.
27th Feb '18 12:32:13 AM CountDorku
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* The penultimate tier of ''The Swindle'' is the Banks, following a selection of casino jobs.
24th Feb '18 9:00:01 PM nombretomado
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** One needs to remember the more important story arc ([[SchroedingersCat or arcs]]) that involves Akemi; she was killed off after a bank robbery.

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** One needs to remember the more important story arc ([[SchroedingersCat ([[UsefulNotes/SchrodingersCat or arcs]]) that involves Akemi; she was killed off after a bank robbery.
17th Jan '18 3:30:16 AM lillolillo
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** Why do random crooks even bother robbing banks in [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Metropolis?]] It never ends well.

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** Why do random crooks even bother robbing banks in [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Metropolis?]] It never ends well.* ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 In an Annual issue]]'', ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} has to foil a bank robbery without being unseen since ''[[ComicBook/NewKrypton Kryptonians have been banned from Earth recently]]''.



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3rd Dec '17 2:53:58 PM FlameyMcShadowface
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* ''Webcomic/ProjectBlackfire'' opens with one of these and features them throughout.



* ''Webcomic/ProjectBlackfire'' opens with one of these and features them throughout.

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* ''Webcomic/ProjectBlackfire'' opens with one of these and features them throughout.
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