Two more guilty pleas in spectacular burglary of Lilly warehouse

Two more men have pleaded guilty to the daring burglary of drugs from an Eli Lilly ($LLY) warehouse in Connecticut in 2010. Yosmany Nunez and Alexander Marquez, both of Florida, pleaded guilty this week, according to NBC. Their pleas follow the same from brothers Amed and Amaury Villa. Documents in the lawsuit say that the value of the drugs stolen in the heist from the Enfield, CT, warehouse was $48.8 million, less than many reports, but that collateral damage in the heist added significantly to the total loss. Story | More

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