Boston Man Convicted Of Armored Car Robbery

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QUINCY, M.A. (AP) -- A former Boston man has been sentenced to 25 to 30 years in state prison for an armored car robbery in Quincy nearly four years ago that left a security guard suffering from a gunshot wound.

Dennis Quirk pleaded guilty last week in Dedham Superior Court to masked armed robbery and attempted murder for his role in the Oct. 21, 2004, robbery attempt outside a Hancock Street bank.

Security guard Robert Quintal was unloading cash from the Loomis, Fargo and Co. armored car when he was shot in the leg. He survived.

Quirk was convicted last year of federal charges in connection with another armored car robbery in Boston's North End in June 2005. He was sentenced in March to 25 years in that case.

Two other men are awaiting trial in the Quincy case. 

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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