Man steals $25,000 from ATM courier's unlocked car

- It’s not your average case of someone stealing from an unlocked car.

This one, Tampa police say, involves a man getting away with $25,000 cash after he took it out of an ATM courier’s car on March 16th.

The search is now on for the suspect after detectives say surveillance cameras caught the whole thing on camera.

They ask anyone who recognizes the man in the images, or the gold Hyundai Elantra he was believed to be driving at the time, to contact them.

You may be eligible for a cash reward.

In the meantime, police say this is just another example of why it’s important to lock our car doors.

FOX 13 will continue with updates as they become available.

 

Another example of the importance of locking your vehicle and securing your valuables. On 3/16/16, $25,000 cash was...

Posted by Tampa Police Department on Thursday, March 24, 2016
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