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A Delta Air Lines baggage handler has been arrested after $ 300,000 in cash, went missing on Wednesday at john f. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, authorities said.
No Run, was arrested on Thursday in new york city. He was later released on $ 80,000 bail after appearing in court.
Co-workers told the police that Shoot’s, 40’s, and went home sick at around the time of the theft, WABC reported.
The money was supposed to be a part of a shipment on a flight from New York to Miami, which arrived on Wednesday morning.
But the missing money has not been restored.
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The money was to be transported to the airport in just eight sacks, and was destined to be the Delta Flight 1225, the court documents state. He is accused of snagging one of the bags out of an armored vehicle during a transmission, according to the documents.
The loss was detected when the plane touched down in Florida; a member of the armored car’s security team, said one of the bags was missing, the documents state.
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“The alleged actions of the employee are acceptable and in no way reflect the professionalism and values that we expect of the Delta team members,” Delta said in a statement after the suspension of the Thorp. “We are taking this situation very seriously and are working directly with authorities on their investigation, as well as conducting an internal investigation of our own.”
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Police department and the FBI are investigating.
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