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Bomb threat robbery suspect plans to plead guilty

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — The man, who claimed to have a bomb during a Sioux Falls bank robbery last summer, plans to enter a guilty plea next month.

KELOLAND News has obtained new court papers that provide more details about the crime.

Ayub Ibrahim Mohamed, 23, signed court documents admitting to taking $200,000 from the Wells Fargo Bank on North Cliff Avenue last August.

Sioux Falls Police Public Information Officer described the incident as “He (Mohamed) had a backpack with him, kind of made some different comments inside the bank that he had a gun and made some comments that he had a bomb.”


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