Counterfeit 100 euro bills seized by the Internal Security Forces. (The Daily Star/ISF, HO)
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The driver of a cash delivery van who disappeared near Paris with his vehicle and an estimated 3.4 million euros (3.85 million dollars) has been arrested, police sources said Tuesday.The 28-year-old driver and a large part of the money were tracked down to a flat in the center of the city of Amiens, some 160 kilometers north of Paris, the sources said on condition of anonymity.In November 2009, another driver, Toni Musulin, fled in the armored van he was driving with some 11.6 million euros in cash collected from a Bank of France building in Lyon.
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