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Walmart Heist: Fake Armored Truck Courier Skips With $75K

By    |   Tuesday, 07 Jul 2015 06:01 AM

When armored truck couriers showed up an Oklahoma Walmart to transport the day's receipts they discovered that a man posing as one of them had already done their job and waltzed out of the store with $75,000 in cash.

The suspect walked into the Walmart on Saturday in Bristow, southwest of Tulsa, dressed in clothes similar to those of a Loomis armored truck employee, reported Reuters. He went to the cash office, signed a deposit slip and walked away with the money, Bristow Police said.

 


Police were called when the real Loomis personnel arrived less than an hour later with no cash to transport.

Oklahoma authorities and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are searching for the suspect, which video surveillance showed getting into a black Chevrolet Malibu and driving off from the store with the money.

 


 

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When armored truck couriers showed up an Oklahoma Walmart to transport the day's receipts they discovered that a man posing as one of them had already done their job and waltzed out of the store with $75,000 in cash.
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