One Suspect in St. Louis ATM Heist Fled to Jordan
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A lawyer says one of the suspects in a $6.6 million robbery at a St. Louis ATM company is probably in Jordan.
Sufian "Sam" Rahman is one of the suspects in last summer's heist at ATM Solutions. A lawyer for one of Rahman's co-defendant's told The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Thursday that Rahman is from
Jordan and likely fled there with some of the money.
Attorney Gregory Wittner represents Hussein "Vinny" Odeh, who pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges. He admitted supplying a car used in the robbery and hiding some of the money.
The 24-year-old Odeh is from Jordan and faces immigration issues because of the robbery.
Four people are suspected of pulling off the robbery and about $3.3 million has not been recovered.