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Mid-Missouri man accused of multiple robberies sent to prison

A Mid-Missouri man accused of five crimes over the span of four months is headed to prison.

Joshua Harrington was sentenced to 19 years in jail Monday after pleading guilty to a number of charges.

Police think the crime spree might have started with a home invasion robbery off High Oaks Court near Nifong last May.

That ended in a car chase after the same Missouri Credit Union off Buttonwood in South Columbia was robbed for the second time in September.

The Landmark Bank on Kennesaw Ridge was also robbed in June.

Harrington is wanted for a different armed robbery in Boonville, at the Southside BreakTime in May.

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