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Jury Finds New York Men Guilty in Fatal 2020 Stamford Jewelry Store Robbery December 22, 2022 (0 comments)


New York, NY--The jury found two men from New York guilty in the 2020 Stamford jewelry store robbery, in which the store owner was killed.

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According to a report, the U.S. Attorney's Office said that Thomas Liberatore, 65, of White Plains, N.Y., and Paul Prosano, "Tony Pro," 62, of Brooklyn, N.Y., were each found guilty Monday of Hobbs Act robbery, and interstate transportation of stolen property.

The duo faces up to two decades in prison on robbery charges and another ten years for transporting stolen goods, per the U.S. Attorney's Office. The office noted that the firearm charge could send Liberatore to prison for the rest of his life.

A third man, 58-year-old Robert Rallo, 58, also of New York, pleaded guilty in April to using a gun during the robbery, resulting in the death of Mark Vuono, the 69-year-old jewelry store owner.

"Rallo, armed with a handgun, engaged in a physical altercation with Vuono, while Liberatore stole items from the display cases," the U.S. Attorney's Office said, per the report.

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