Greece offers reward for robbery suspects’ arrest

Associated Press
Greek authorities are offering a $900,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of three anarchists and suspected bank robbers wanted for three years.
Greece’s new Socialist government has pledged a crackdown on local anarchist and far-left militant groups responsible for bombings in Athens. Police suspect them of maintaining close links.
A police statement Monday offered anonymity to anyone providing information leading to the capture of the three men, who have been on the run since a 2006 Athens bank robbery. Two robbers, a bank guard and a bystander were injured during the theft.
Last month, police arrested four suspected members of a militant group that bombed politicians’ offices. The attacks caused no injuries.

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