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Armoured van spills thousands of dollars across major highway, causing chaos as drivers scramble to pick it up

Police ask drivers to return money after more than $100,000 goes missing

11.7.2019

Armoured van spills thousands of dollars across major highway, causing chaos as drivers scramble to pick it up

Police ask drivers to return money after more than $100,000 goes missing

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Within minutes, Mr Lewis said, he had snatched up about $2,000 in singles, fifties and hundreds. He returned $2,094 on Wednesday, police said.

As investigators from the Dunwoody Police Department scoured videos on

“If the temptation is there, and you see money falling from the sky, most people would probably take the money,” he said.

during the evening rush, spilling tens of thousands of dollars in coins.

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