Free Money? Police Say, No Way!

By: ap
By: ap

Free money? No way! Police in Pennsylvania say people who grabbed flying cash could face criminal charges.

A bank van spilled more than $100,000 in Upper St. Clair, just southwest of Pittsburgh. The money was blowing in the wind and people stopped their cars to grab the flying bills.

Police are investigating why the door of the Fidelity Courier Service van opened.

The company is offering a reward for the return of the money. Authorities say there also will be a two-week grace period.


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