A 34-year-old man convicted of robbing a Springfield bank and plotting to blow up an ATM with a pipe bomb has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Reports indicate Bradford L. Moss was sentenced Friday to concurrent 20-year prison terms after a plea deal.
Authorities say Moss was unarmed when he entered a Marine Bank branch on Aug. 4, slipped the teller a note and made off with $2,000.
The 7-inch PVC pipe bomb was found on a sidewalk at the end of July across the street from an ATM. A bomb squad disabled it with a water cannon.
Moss was arrested in Las Vegas.
He told authorities he didn't make the bomb and obtained it from a source whose identity he didn't know.