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‘Inside Job’ Suspected


‘Inside Job’ Suspected After $4 Million In Gold Taken From Mass.-Bound Truck

The driver pulled over on the side of Interstate 95 on Sunday when his passenger smelled gas and began to feel sick.

Then, three men pulled up in a white minivan, armed with handguns, and bound both the driver and passenger. Both men were ordered to go into nearby woods.

The three men then opened the trailer and took out five buckets’ holding 275 pounds in gold bars, valued at about $4.8 million.

About $5 million in silver was left on the truck.

“There is suspicion at this time that this could be an inside job due to the circumstances of the robbery,” the warrant reads. “The fact that the truck was robbed immediately upon it pulling over at an unannounced stop is suspicious in and of itself. It is also suspicious because there are no markings on the side of the truck that would indicate the type of cargo contained therein.”

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