A man made off with nearly six figures in a heist reminiscent of a Grand Theft Auto mission. Police say a man pretending to be an armored truck driver walked into a Bristow, OK Walmart and told employees he was there for the cash pick up for Loomis Armored, according to newson6.com. Employees didn’t realize their error until the real Loomis truck came to make the pick up.
The impostor was able to get away with more than $75,000 in cash.
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