Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Drivers stopped on an Atlanta interstate to grab $175,000 in cash that fell out of an armored truck

you can see this in the below shit excuse for video (it's 2019, what the fuck is the reason for low def video?) of see it in high def and read serial numbers on the bills at

An armored truck's door sprang open on Interstate 285 on the north side of Atlanta on Tuesday night, spilling cash across the highway.

"The armored car crew said the side door came open while they were driving and money spilled out onto 285," Dunwoody Police said in a statement. "Officers and the truck crew gathered a few hundred dollars that was still there when officers arrived, but plenty was taken."

The armored car crew hasn't mentioned how the door happened to open while driving, not how that much money was just loosely lying around not in bags, rubber bands, boxes, etc... and only $4,000 was turned into the police


  1. HOW!? I'm not even asking how the hell doors from armored truck open... not even that. How cash start to fly from it... what, they are not in heavy bags, not in some shelves? They throw loose banknotes with shovels in the back!?

  2. Makes me wonder too. Anyway, it's highly probable somebody's career stalled right here.

    As for picking up cash somebody else dropped, it's clearly not a simple case of 'finder's keeper', any more than if I lost $1,000 out of my pocket and somebody walking behind me just picked it up and claimed it. You find cash, you go to the police and if somebody comes and credibly claims it, you may get a finder's fee.

    When living in NYC years ago, somebody found in an abandoned lot a cardboard box stuffed with $10 and $20 bills - clearly drug money. It was about $25K, if I remember it right. It was duly delivered to the police, and as predictably nobody came to report it lost, the finder eventually got to keep it.

    1. Wow, 25K just a few weeks or months away! Nice!