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Watch as nearly $1 Million was stolen during a wild Brinks armored truck robbery, the suspects had AK-47 guns

Three masked suspects robbed a Brinks armored vehicle at gunpoint in Greenwood Village, Colorado on October 30, 2019 getting away with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash.

After the robbery the employee identified as Sabrina Gimeno got fired for what Brinks says was a violation of protocol/policy by Sabrina.

Fired after a robbery, wow!

At 2:30 p.m. outside a Bank of Colorado video shows the suspects waiting inside of a car until a female Brinks employee approaches her work truck to load money in the armored vehicle.

The suspects are seen quickly exiting the SUV and pointing two AK-47 guns at the employee. The Brinks employee is forced to her knees by one of the suspects while the other two crooks take massive amounts of cash from the armored vehicle.

In less than 30 seconds, the suspects are seen driving away in a grey SUV.

On the following Monday Brinks fired Sabrina, citing she didn't follow procedures. Brinks didn't elaborate on their decision to fire Sabrina, who has three kids.

Comments (7)
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Your very smart to say it's a inside job. I guess if it was you, you would have gone GI Joe on them. Yeah let us die for money that is insured and not come HOME to our families. This is Brinks fault to save money they have adopted this new procedure to have ONE MAN OR WOMAN MESENGER/DRIVERS employees. Some of these armor companies don't live in the reality even when then have high people in the company that have worked in law enforcement all their lives. Now is about the money, when has an officer go in without back up or military team have only one soldier go in a building breech by himself. So to that person with that dum remark I say your an ass.


This clearly has the signs of a setup!! She knew hey was going to rob that truck that day. It was just to easy and this had to be an inside job.