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Video: Moment SWAT Sniper Headshot Kills Hostage Taker At Bank of America Robbery

Video: Moment Sniper Headshot Killed Hostage Taker At Bank of America
Bank robber standing in between two hostages shot & killed in the head by SWAT sniper.

Authorities have released the footage of the moment a SWAT sniper took the decisive shot that hit a man standing in the middle of two people he held hostage, at a Bank of America (BOA) branch in southwest Florida, killing him instantly.

The snipper shot the hostage taker, 36-year-old Sterling Alavache in the forehead, the bullet passing through a computer monitor, replicating a scene from a Hollywood action movie.

Alavache was killed after he made bomb threats and was holding the two hostages at knifepoint as he attempted to rob the bank in February.

Video below:

He revealed to deputies from deputies that he had a bomb before taking up hostages and using them as human shields.

The call to end the Alavache was called after when he had a knife at the throat of one of the hostages, despite negotiations with the police.

The released footage from The Lee County Sheriff’s Office showed a SWAT sniper using another officer’s shoulder to steady the rifle.

“Due to the suspect’s limited exposure, the sniper took a planned and deliberate shot through a computer monitor striking the suspect in the center of the forehead killing him instantly,” Public Information Officer Lt. Todd Olmer said in a briefing. ““Shooting positions like these are trained regularly by snipers for time-critical incidents like these,” he added.

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