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Yeah, it ain't much 'cause it was a trap. Stage companies do this all the time. They set up traps to catch fools like you and me.
Arthur to Lenny after the robbery

Coach Robbery is a companion activity in Red Dead Redemption 2. It becomes available after completing the mission "Angelo Bronte, A Man of Honor" in chapter 4.

Mission Overview

Arthur decides to help Lenny attempt to rob a banking coach.


Arthur assists Lenny with his plan to rob a Boles Overland banking coach passing through the area south of Bolger Glade. Although Lenny claims to have gotten his information about the coach from a reliable source, Arthur expresses uncertainty about the heist.

Upon arriving in the area, the duo waits for the wagon to arrive. When they spot the coach, Lenny holds the driver and his guard at gunpoint. Suddenly, a group of U.S. Marshals appears on the road and more guards climb out of the coach. As the tip turns out to be a setup, the duo is forced to shoot their way out. After dealing with the enemies, Lenny loots a total take of $102.50 from the coach, with Arthur receiving $27.50.




Red Dead Redemption 2 - Companion Activity 12 - Coach Robbery (Lenny)


  • The map Lenny uses to plan the robbery is the first Jack Hall Gang Map.
  • Despite the lawmen identifying themselves to be a group of marshal, each of them wears a sheriff's badge.



Red Dead Redemption 2 mission walkthroughs
Chapter 4: Saint Denis
"The Joys of Civilization""No, No and Thrice, No""Angelo Bronte, A Man of Honor""Help a Brother Out""Horsemen, Apocalypses""Fatherhood and Other Dreams""A Fine Night of Debauchery""American Fathers I""American Fathers II""Brothers and Sisters, One and All""The Gilded Cage""Urban Pleasures""Country Pursuits""Revenge is a Dish Best Eaten""Banking, The Old American Art"
Companion Activities
"Coach Robbery - Lenny Summers""Coach Robbery - Micah Bell""High and Low Finance""Hunting - Simon Pearson""Rustling - Uncle"
Chapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 5Chapter 6Epilogue, Part 1Epilogue, Part 2