The stock opened the cash from the vehicle when the back door opened by itself. The wind scattered the notes in the street as a crowd rushed to get the money and fill the cakes, revealed the release of Whitehall, a suburb of Columbus.
“Literally, people abandoned their vehicles. It looked like a piranha attack. It was really fun,” said a witness to the news channel NBC4.
Now the police are behind the “looters”. The Garda, the company that owns the armored car, offered a reward of U.S. $ 45.2 mil for anyone who gives information leading to finding out who took the money.