A Boston man who died earlier this year made a startling confession on his deathbed: He was secretly a wanted bank robber.
- Thomas Randele was a devoted family man loved by almost everyone he met, who died in May after a battle with lung cancer.
- But just before he died, he told his family that he was actually Thomas Conrad, who in 1969 stole $215,000 from a Cleveland bank - the equivalent of $1.6 million today and one of the biggest heists in the city's history.
- Conrad changed his name in 1970 and moved to Boston, where he got married, raised children, and worked at a local car dealership. He was never caught despite the FBI continuing to search for him for decades.
- Ever suspect someone you knew had a dark secret in their past? Would this story make a good movie?
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