n. one who robs or steals from a bank
n. a robber of banks
Bank Robber is a 1993 film written and directed by Nick Mead in his directorial debut.
Usage examples of "bank robber".
An involuntary motion of surprise nearly escaped him, for the description in the passport was identical with that of the bank robber which he had received from Scotland Yard.
Fogg had already spent more than five thousand pounds on the way, and the percentage of the sum recovered from the bank robber promised to the detectives, was rapidly diminishing.
It was Anastasia who had ordered the murder of a public-spirited citizen named Arnold Schuster who had recognised a famous bank robber, Willy Sutton (Willy the Actor) and informed the police.
Oteros had very long arms and managed to reach out of his cell with one of his long arms and catch the jailer as the man was walking past with a plate of beans for an old bank robber who was being kept in the jail.
It was a critical situation, lots of innocent civilians milling about and a bank robber who would probably run out of the bank, a bank robber who was probably very dangerous.
My partner, James Quinlan, was playing a bank robber in a Hogan's Alley exercise, and the FBI got the drop on him.
Even if it's no longer a crime to read Marx it's still a crime to hide a bank robber.
To free the bank robber, let him make them wealthy, and then, having lured him to an isolated spot such as this .