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US News Police hunt for homeless man who found €300,000 in 'perfect crime'

02:20  14 december  2017
02:20  14 december  2017 Source:   france24.com

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Christmas came early for a French homeless man at Paris's main airport when he found an unlocked door at the offices of a cash handling company and walked away € 300 , 000 (0, 000 ) richer. Knife crime on the rise in London.

Image caption The man walked off with two bags full of cash a week ago and police have not found him. A man who chanced upon hundreds of The cash he took totalled € 300 , 000 (£260, 000 ). A source close to the case was quoted in Le Parisien as saying: "This is indeed quite fortuitous.

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Christmas came early for a French homeless man at Paris's main airport when he found an unlocked door at the offices of a cash handling company ... and walked away €300,000 ($350,000) richer.

The man was rummaging through bins at Charles de Gaulle airport northeast of Paris last Friday when he checked a door at the Loomis cash management company and found it had been left open.

Authorities have pored over surveillance footage that captured the incident, according to Le Parisien newspaper, which was the first to report the story on Wednesday. “He pushes on the door … and appears surprised when it opens,” the French daily recounted. “Then the homeless man sets his suitcase down and enters the company’s offices.”

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A homeless man picked up € 300 , 000 in cash after wandering into a storage depot that had been left unlocked at Paris’ main airport. UK police must prepare for post-Brexit spike in hate crimes , report says. RedPizza. 17h. Perfect exemple of upper class exuberant life style.

He is a homeless man . But at that moment, she was the one in need of help. She stopped at the nearest exit ramp, her heart pounding as she got out of the car to find a gas station, she said. As of Friday morning, McClure has raised more than $ 300 , 000 from 10,400 people.

Bertrand Guay, AFP | A picture taken on June 21, 2012 at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, in Roissy-en-France, northern Paris, shows the then-new boarding hall of Terminal 2E S4. © Provided by France 24 EN Bertrand Guay, AFP | A picture taken on June 21, 2012 at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, in Roissy-en-France, northern Paris, shows the then-new boarding hall of Terminal 2E S4.

The door led to a compartment containing two bags filled with money.

An investigator, confirming Le Parisien's story, called it "the perfect crime" and said police still "don't know why the door was open at the time".

"At first we thought it had to be a setup, but it looks like it was just luck. It's incredible," a police source told Agence France-Presse, asking not to be identified by name.

Investigators are searching for the suspect, who is believed to be in his fifties and has been identified by airport police.

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