Police: Armored truck driver, cash missing in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Police say an armored truck driver and an undetermined amount of cash are missing in Kentucky.

Louisville police Lt. Steve Kaufling tells news outlets 29-year-old Mark Espinosa is missing and the possibility that he took the money is being considered.

Kaufling said at a news conference Thursday that security services company GardaWorld contacted police Wednesday afternoon about Espinosa and the cash missing from the truck parked at a mall.

Mark Espinosa

Kaufling says a Garda employee went inside the mall to make deliveries and pickups and returned to discover that Espinosa and the cash were gone. He says a truck usually has two employees.

Kaufling says there was no surveillance video. He says police have searched a vehicle and Espinosa’s home.

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