Pa. man sentenced in drive-thru bank robbery

September 22, 2011 11:08:49 AM PDT
A Pennsylvania man who admitted robbing a bank's drive-thru teller by claiming he was sending a bomb through a pneumatic service tube has been ordered to spend at least three years in prison.

The Morning Call of Allentown reports 43-year-old Corey Scott Angstadt was sentenced Monday by a Lehigh County judge. The Temple, Berks County man pleaded guilty in August to the April robbery of a bank in Lower Macungie Township.

Authorities say Angstadt made off with more than $2,000 after he pulled up to the bank's drive-thru window and claimed sent what he said was an explosive device to the teller.

The Morning Call report says Angstadt was also ordered to repay the bank.


Information from: The Morning Call,

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