Suspects in Vail bank robbery to plead guilty |

Suspects in Vail bank robbery to plead guilty


VAIL – Two men accused of robbing a Vail bank in March have agreed to plead guilty, but how long they might spend in prison may not be known until September or later. Luke Carroll, an Australian, and Anthony Prince, who is from New Zealand – both 19 – were arrested in March after allegedly holding up the WestStar Bank in Vail with BB guns. Police said the two men, who worked at a Vail Village ski shop, took more than $130,000. They were arrested the day after the robbery at Denver International Airport attempting to fly to Mexico. The two men are in federal custody. They face a maximum of 25 years in prison.

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