From poachers to stagecoach robbers, soldiers were kept busy enforcing the law in Yellowstone.There were five stagecoach robberies in Yellowstone, with the last occurring on 1914. What is often considered the greatest stagecoach robbery of the twentieth century occurred on August 24, 1908, about three miles east of Kepler Cascades, when a single robber held up 17 coaches with 174 passengers. He netted a total of $2,094.20 in cash and jewelry and was never caught.< Sidebar : >$1,000.00 REWARD For the arrest and conviction of the man wh held up androbbed the stages of the Transportation Companies in theYellowstone Park, near Keppler Cascades, on Aug. 24, 1908,$1000.00 will be paid. Description of the robber. About 5 ft. 8 in. tall, blue grayeyes, bristly gray whiskers, acted either as a man badly outof breath or a consumptive, weight about 135-150 pounds,understood german. Had on bluish brown overalls, brownshirt, soft felt hat and carried an automatic rifle.Y.N. P. Trans. Co. M-Y Stage Co, Wylie Camp. Co.