UNIVISION 34 LOS ANGELES KMEX to help the FBI catch those who have not returned their abandoned money on the California Highway in San Diego

Los Angeles California.- Commemorates California Highway Patrol (CHP) Taken in San Diego Money on I-5 Highway It must be returned within the next few hours, otherwise it may be arrested.

The CHP said many of those who collected the bills had already returned them, while others could now be seen fleeing the area with money believed to have been stolen by authorities. “The CHP would like to thank motorists who have already returned the money to their local CHP office, and remind the public to do the right thing and return the money they found on the highway. Please call (858) 637- 3800 to withdraw the money,” a statement said.

The CHP said those who collect the money can avoid potential criminal charges by returning it within 48 hours. Now, its investigators are working with the FBI to identify the persons and license plates of the various cars that were at the scene.

Cash rain on California highway

According to officials, the door of the valuable truck accidentally opened on November 19 at 9:30 am while traveling on Interstate 5 in the Karlspot area near Canon Road.

The bills actually flew like a piece of paper across the road, causing many drivers to stop to collect money.

The chaos was caused by several cars parked in the middle of the road Videos on social networksThe risks of going down to charge money are negligible.

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