Traumatized armored truck driver and mom-of-two held at gunpoint and robbed by armed gang

Traumatized armored truck driver and mom-of-two who was held at gunpoint and robbed by armed gang reveals she was FIRED from her job immediately after the heist

  • Sabrina Gimeno was held at gunpoint by a gang in Greenwood Village, Colorado 
  • Found out the following Monday that she had been fired from her job at Brinks 
  • Police and FBI are still investigating the robbery as thieves are still on the loose 

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A mother-of-two who works as an armored truck driver has revealed that she was fired after she was held at gunpoint and robbed by a masked gang. 

Sabrina Gimeno, a Brinks truck driver, was held at gunpoint and robbed by an armed gang in Greenwood Village, Colorado, on October 30 at about 2.30pm. 

She says that she was then fired from her job just days after the attack.

Sabrina Gimeno, a Brinks truck driver, was held at gunpoint and robbed by an armed gang in Greenwood Village, Colorado, on October 30 at about 2.30pm (pictured)

The FBI have said the robbers, who were dressed in black or blue hoodies and wearing masks and sunglasses, were armed with two semi-automatic handguns and one ‘AK-47 variant’.   

In an interview with 9NEWS, Ms Gimeno said: ‘I found out that following Monday that I was terminated.

‘They say it’s a technicality.

I don’t have anything on paper.’

She continued to recall the terror she felt on the night of the brutal heist. 

Traumatized armored truck driver and mom-of-two held at gunpoint and robbed by armed gang Traumatized armored truck driver and mom-of-two held at gunpoint and robbed by armed gang

In an interview with 9NEWS , Ms Gimeno said: ‘I found out that following Monday that I was terminated.’ She added: ‘I thought they were going to shoot me and leave me there’

She said: ‘I thought they were going to shoot me and leave me there.

That I was going to die in that parking lot.’

The police and FBI are still investigating the robbery as the thieves are still on the loose. 

Denver police are offering a reward of £2,000 for anyone with information that leads to an arrest.     

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