- An armed man in his 20s who dropped more than $1 million as he ran from a security guard who fired a shot at him after robbing a South Side bank Nov. 15 remains at large Tuesday. The Seaway National Bank branch at 645 E. 87th St. was robbed Nov. 15 about 6:10 p.m., according to FBI reports, which indicated the bank was closed when it was robbed.
The robber got away with just over $1 million dollars, but dropped the money as he was running. Chicago Police had to manually count the money, which totaled more than $1 million, Gresham District police said. FBI spokeswoman Cynthia Yates could not confirm the dollar amount.
We don't know why CPD counted the money manually as we're pretty sure the order states the money will be sealed in a property bag, signed by a sergeant under observation by a lieutenant, sealed by the captain and transported by armored car while guarded by God Himself to E&RPS for disbursement along with all the drop guns and narcotics to be planted on people.
What a Christmas it would have been.