Don’t rob a bank.
There, we made it clear where we stand on the matter.
You should also avoid cash-in-transit heists, on the off chance you run into Leo Prinsloo in a particularly unforgiving mood.
Looting a bank EFF-style may come with little to no repercussions, but bank robbers are likely to end up behind bars if it’s a career path they stick with over time.
In their ‘The Business of Crime’ series, VICE points out that for as long as there have been banks, there have been people trying to rob them:
VICE World News looks into the world of bank heists – how to pull them off, why they often fail and how enterprising criminals are using advances in tech to take this old school form of robbery online.
From hackers to old school heists, we find out how bank robbery is done around the world and look at the motivations and mistakes of the robbers themselves.
If your plan is to run into a bank wielding a gun, you’re certainly going with the old school approach.
Let’s talk tactics:
I would be more tempted to go with the hacker approach over an actual in-person siege.
Working from home for the win.
Just remember that crime is bad, mkay?
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