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Roberto Solis. Courtesy Unsolved Mysteries wiki.

Roberto Solis (born 1945) is an American poet, armored car robber, and convicted murderer. He has more than 30 aliases including Pancho Aguila, a pen name he used in prison while writing poetry.


Solis served 17 years in prison for murdering a security guard during a robbery in 1969.[1][2] He was given parole in 1992.[3]

Afterwards he met Heather Tallchief, who got a job with a security company at his urging. In October 1993, following Solis' instructions, Tallchief drove off with an armoured vehicle containing $2.5 million.[2][3] The couple subsequently went on the run and had a child.[4] Tallchief gave herself up in September 2005, but Solis is still at large.[3]



as "Pancho Aguila"
  • Hijacked. Berkeley, CA: Twowindows Press, 1976.
  • Anti-gravity. Berkeley, CA: Aldebaran Review, 1976.
  • 11 Poems. San Jose, CA: Mango Press, 1977.
  • Shivo. San Francisco: Second Coming Press, 1977.
  • The Therapeutist / 3rd Day Hunger Poem. Berkeley, CA: Artaud's Elbow, 1978.
  • Dark Smoke: Poems. San Francisco: Second Coming Press, 1977. ISBN 0-915016-14-1
  • The Beast Has Come. San Francisco: Cloud Press, [197-?]
  • Death Wish. San Francisco: Second Coming Press, [197-?]
  • Seething Renegade. Berkeley, CA: : Independent Revolutionary Artists & Poets / Artaud's Elbow, 1980.
  • Clash. San Francisco: Poetry for the People, 1980.

Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy WorldCat.[5]

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