2 men sentenced in 2014 Atlantic City casino robbery

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Two more men have been sentenced to prison for an armed robbery inside an Atlantic City casino. (WPVI)

Two more men have been sentenced to prison for an armed robbery inside an Atlantic City casino.

New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Friday that 26-year-old Aaron Evans, of Atlantic City, and 23-year-old Nathaniel Greenlee, of Bear, Delaware, were sentenced after pleading guilty to theft charges in 2016.

Evans got an eight-year sentence and Greenlee seven years.

Two other men have already been sentenced in the July 2014 robbery at Caesars, including one who worked as a security guard there.

Authorities say that guard pointed a gun at the head of another guard and an employee loading cash boxes onto a trolley before they stole about $180,000 and fled the casino.

A Delaware state trooper shot during the manhunt for the suspects was protected by a bulletproof vest.

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