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Accused bank robber pleads guilty on all charges

Gary Wayne Snelling. (Source: Vanderburgh County Jail) Gary Wayne Snelling. (Source: Vanderburgh County Jail)
Surveillance picture used to identify Snelling from the January robbery. Surveillance picture used to identify Snelling from the January robbery.

The Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office tells 14 News that an accused bank robber has pleaded guilty to all his charges. 

Gary Wayne Snelling was arrested in January. He's accused of robbing the Fifth Third Bank on First Avenue.

Police say Snelling walked into the bank, demanded money and walked right back out. Officers say he did indicated he had a weapon, but never showed one.

Snelling pleaded guilty to strong armed robbery and resisting law enforcement. The prosecutor's office says he will be sentenced to 12 years in prison.

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