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The authorities in New York city on Wednesday, examined the possible heist of $300,000, which was supposed to be shipped on a flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in Florida, according to a new report.
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Two law enforcement officials told WNBC that the missing $300,000 was supposed to be arriving at the airport, as well as part of a larger supply of an armored car company. The officials said that it is still at too early a stage to determine whether or not $ 300,000 in cash was removed from the shipment before it arrived at the airport, or, if that amount of money was taken at the airport after the delivery was made.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Police department, and the FBI is investigating the possible heist, a spokeswoman for the police told the radio station.
In 1978, masked men, such as robbery of a Lufthansa Airlines cargo building at JFK airport with $5 million in cash and nearly $1 million worth of jewelry, one of the largest heists in U.s. history, according to the History.com.
The crime, which later was associated with the Lucchese crime family, who had help from someone on the inside, a load of an employee known to have a large cash shipments from the airport, for both domestic and international flights, it is vulnerable to robbery while they were waiting for it to be delivered to the bank. The police will often assist in the monitoring and supervision of large cash shipments coming in and out of the HOTEL to the train station.
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In 2003, a masked gunman hijacked an armored vehicle at the airport, with more than $2 million on the inside, WNBC reported.