Bruce Reynolds

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Bruce Reynolds was an English criminal who masterminded The Great Train Robbery of 1963.[4] At the time it was Britain's largest robbery, netting GB£2,631,684.[5] Reynolds spent five years on the run before being jailed for 25 years in 1969. He was released in 1978. He wrote three books and performed with the band Alabama 3, for whom his son, Nick, plays.