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FBI: $1.2 million missing from currency shipment

By Associated Press

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NEW YORK >> The FBI says a $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the recovery of $1.2 million that disappeared from a currency shipment and to the arrest of those responsible.

The FBI says the U.S. currency was stolen sometime between June 21 and June 24 as it was being moved from Switzerland to New York.

The currency shipment was brought to John F. Kennedy International Airport on board a Swiss International Air Lines flight.

The money was discovered missing after a count at the Federal Reserve showed a discrepancy.

The case also is being investigated by police at the Port Authority, which runs the airport.






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cojef wrote:
The dirty litle secret is emerging about valueables shipped via JFK or La Guardia. Insurance companies nightmare as thieves have inside information when expensive jewelry or hard currency is arriving.
on July 10,2013 | 10:40AM
false wrote:
Could be and inside job?
on July 10,2013 | 11:42AM
false wrote:
Einstein Strikes again.
on July 10,2013 | 12:31PM
Mahalo wrote:
It fell from the sky
on July 10,2013 | 12:08PM
entrkn wrote:
I used to work for TWA at JFK and saw this kind of thing frequently. I actually foiled a jewelry heist once and got in trouble for it.
on July 10,2013 | 12:38PM
mochiko wrote:
It's gotta be the airline employees!
on July 10,2013 | 12:46PM
serious wrote:
Hey, this is US money--Obama--how come it's shipped via Swiss Air?? What happened to buy America????
on July 10,2013 | 01:19PM
copperwire9 wrote:
That's right. It's Obama's fault. The trade winds picked up and knocked a few avocados out of the tree in my yard this morning. That's Obama's fault too.
on July 10,2013 | 01:43PM
droid wrote:
Good point! When did the U.S. Treasury stop printing its own money?
on July 11,2013 | 02:55AM
sailfish1 wrote:
The money was sent from a Swiss bank.
on July 11,2013 | 06:37AM
tutunona wrote:
Where were the Air Marshalls?
on July 10,2013 | 01:45PM
false wrote:
Drinking with Deedy
on July 10,2013 | 06:56PM
sailfish1 wrote:
What is odd is that $92 million was left behind. The thieves were not professionals with inside info.
on July 11,2013 | 06:40AM
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