A geldtransporteur Monday morning in Aubervilliers, just north of Paris, fled with a van carrying an estimated € 1 million on board. The van was in the meantime found empty, report politiebronnen to AFP.
The 28-year-old employee of the company Loomis was sit in the car when his two colleagues, they got out at a Western Union agency. When his colleagues returned, found the third employee, and the van disappeared. The van was soon empty, and with open doors found. The loot is provisionally estimated at 1 million euro. The research has now been entrusted to the French police-unit of the fight against organised crime.
The incident is reminiscent of a well-known case from 2009 involving a different geldtransporteur, Toni Musulin, in Lyon, to get went with 11.6 million euros. On the roof was a book written and a movie made. Musulin was sentenced and was released in 2013.