Inside job in heist at Wal-Mart
BRISTOW, OKLAHOMA- The manager of a Wal-Mart and his daughter were arrested for stealing $75,000 where a man disguised himself as a driver of an armored car and walked out with the cash. The man went to the store on Saturday dressed similarly to a Loomis armored transport worker. He walked to the cash office, signed for the money and walked out. The real Loomis employee showed up about 45 minutes later and workers called police when they figured out what happened. The father and daughter are not yet charged.
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