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FBI offers reward for armored truck driver who allegedly went missing with a reported $850G

Mark Espinosa, 29, was wanted by the authorities for alleged theft of a sum of reportedly $850,000 from an armored truck. The researchers said that he would be considered “armed and dangerous.”
(Louisville Metro Police Department)

The authorities are looking for a former armored truck of the employee is considered to be “armed and dangerous” — which allegedly have disappeared in the past month, with possibly hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Mark Espinosa, 29, worked for GardaWorld when he went missing on Dec. 5, 2018, near the Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Kentucky, according to Louisville Metro Police Department.

Espinosa was working for GardaWorld when he went missing on Dec. 5, 2018, near the Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Kentucky, the officials said.
(Louisville Metro Police Department)

Espinosa was “allegedly directly involved” in the theft of the money, that Lt. Steven Kaufling announced at a press conference on Wednesday was “a large amount of AMERICAN currency” — an amount that the Courier-Journal reported an estimated $850,000.

Espinosa was accused of theft of an international shipment, and a federal arrest warrant was issued for his arrest on Dec. 10.

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Kaufling told reporters that investigators have ruled out that this was a “random act of violence,” and faith Espinosa “has taken steps to have a plan from this theft and has taken steps to cover-up his plans.”

The suspect, according to the Louisville news outlet, was to let go of GardaWorld “within five days after his disappearance,” in the beginning of December. The police said it was unclear why he was let go from the company.

Espinosa is described as a 5-foot-10-inch white male between the 230 to 235 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. The researchers said that he has ties with the Northeast, and relatives on the West Coast, and in Texas and Florida.
(Louisville Metro Police Department)

The local authorities and the FBI investigated this case, and Espinosa’s family is allegedly to cooperate in their probe.

A $60,000 reward is offered — $10,000 from the FBI and $50,000 from GardaWorld — for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons involved and the recovery of the stolen money.

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Espinosa is described as a 5-foot-10-inch white male between the 230 to 235 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. The researchers said that he has ties with the Northeast, and relatives on the West Coast, and in Texas and Florida.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the FBI field office in Louisville on 502-263-6000.

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