Individuals are slowly returning funds to The Dunwoody Police Department. As of Friday morning, they say eight people had returned just north of $4,400.
“The law is the law,” police spokesman Sgt. Robert Parsons told AJC.com. “You need to turn in the property. It doesn’t belong to you. Reality needs to kick in, and you need to realize this money belongs to someone.”
Sgt. Parsons also says he understands that some cash-grabbers may have been caught up in all the excitement, so police are extending an additional grace. Anyone who returns the cash will not be charged. They are accepting returns 24/7.
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An armored truck's side door flew open while traveling on I-285 outside of Atlanta and covered the road in cash. Video shows dozens of motorists pulling off to the side to collect the money. The crew told police they estimated the loss to be around $175,000.
And before you ask...yes, authorities say the cash-grabbers are required to return the money.
Why can't this kind of stuff happen on the Parkway?!?
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