Theft of $30 Million from a Money Storage Center in Los Angeles

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Theft of $30 Million from a Money Storage Center in Los Angeles

A $30 million theft from a money storage center in Los Angeles

Thieves in Los Angeles, America, stole tens of millions of dollars in cash on Easter Monday

Local media reported the stolen amount as $30 million, making it the largest cash theft in the history of Los Angeles

There are not many clues about who carried out this theft and how it was done. The Los Angeles police chief and the FBI have stated that they are jointly investigating the case

No alarm was triggered during the theft, and no one was aware of the thieves entering the money storage center in San Fernando Valley

Local businesses’ money was being counted and stored at this location. According to local media, the thieves entered from the ceiling into this center

Only a few employees were aware of the storage of this amount of money at the center

The theft was discovered on Tuesday when the employees of this money storage center realized upon starting work that a significant amount of money was missing, but the safes were untouched


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