Man gets 32 years in prison in connection to Stamford 2020 robbery that led to owner’s death  

Federal officials said the man who planned the Stamford jewelry store robbery that resulted in the store owner’s death was sentenced to 32 years in federal prison and five years of supervised release.
The robbery happened at the Marco Jewelers in March 2020. 
Officials said Thomas Liberatore, 66, stole items and orchestrated the crime.
Robert Rallo, Liberatore and Paul Prosano were all involved in the robbery.
Federal officials say during the robbery, the owner, Mark Vuono, was shot and killed by Rallo.
Officials said Liberatore had prior criminal history and met Rallo and Prosano while in prison.