Steven Chambers, left, and David Scott Ghantt leave federal court. Both were involved in the second-largest cash heist in U.S. history, in which a group of people stole $17 million from the main vault of a Loomis Fargo & Co. armored-car warehouse in west Charlotte
Steven Chambers, left, and David Scott Ghantt leave federal court. Both were involved in the second-largest cash heist in U.S. history, in which a group of people stole $17 million from the main vault of a Loomis Fargo & Co. armored-car warehouse in west Charlotte KENT D. JOHNSON Observer file photo
Steven Chambers, left, and David Scott Ghantt leave federal court. Both were involved in the second-largest cash heist in U.S. history, in which a group of people stole $17 million from the main vault of a Loomis Fargo & Co. armored-car warehouse in west Charlotte KENT D. JOHNSON Observer file photo

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