It was around 8:00 p.m. (GMT-4), when the Dunwoody Police Department received a 911 call, where one person reported about 15 vehicles stopping on the west side lanes, near Ashford Dunwoody Road.
According to the witness, people were outside their cars grabbing the money that was flying down the road. Upon arriving at the scene the officers found a GARDA armored vehicle, stopped at the right shoulder.
The staff of the car was blinded with the transport of money and the side door of the vehicle opened while driving, causing the money to fly away.
The exact amount of money that was lost. However, some residents of Dunwoody have been returning cash to the police.
In a publication through your official Twitter account, the Dunwoody Police Department. “Even if they believe it or not, some people have returned the money that fell out of the armored vehicle on I-285. We understand that it was a strange occurrence, but the correct thing is to return the money “.
So, believe it or not, some people have been returning the money that fell from the armored car on I-285. We understand it was a bizarre occurrence, but do the right thing and return the money. (RP)Posted by Dunwoody Police Department on Wednesday, July 10, 2019
In the same way, the authorities remind people that there is no more money thrown away and ask them to stop blocking the road in search of him.