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Armored vehicle and money stolen in Thousand Oaks

October 27, 2012 | 12:51 pm

An armored van and an unknown amount of cash inside were stolen Friday in Thousand Oaks, authories said.

Two employees of L.A. Federal Armored Services parked the vehicle in front of the Conejo Valley Unified School District headquarters for a money pick-up, according to a Ventura County Sheriff’s Office release. After locking the van, the employees walked into the building, and when they came back the vehicle was gone, the sheriff’s office said.

Deputies searched for the vehicle, using K-9 units and a helicopter, soon discovering it abandoned about a half-mile down the road, officials said.

Officials have not yet determined how much money was stolen from the van. No suspects have been identified.

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