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Robert Francis Krebs, who spent most of his adult life behind bars, told investigators he robbed the $221 million Pyramid Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz., in January 2018 because he was unable to adjust to life on the outside and wanted to go back to prison.

On Tuesday, the 84-year-old career criminal convicted of armed bank robbery by a jury in March 2020 was finally granted his wish.

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