Copyright 2001 LARZ F. NEILSON
TEWKSBURY - The gang had just pulled off one of the largest bank heists in history.  If asked where they were going next, the answer would not have been Disney World. It was Tewksbury.
The 1980 robbery of the Depositors’ Trust Co. in Medford had an estimated yield of $25 million, with at least $1.5 million cash. The gang that pulled the robbery included three police officers, one of whom lived in Tewksbury. And it was at the home of Sgt. Joseph Bangs on Oxford Road that the gang split up the loot.