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FBI seeks help in armored truck theft

Posted: 7:12 PM, Jan 09, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-10 00:12:08Z
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LOUISVILLE -- The FBI is stepping up its efforts to find a man suspected of stealing money from an armored truck.

29-year-old Mark Espinosa allegedly took the money from an armored vehicle he was driving for Garda World in Louisville.

At the time of the theft on December 5, the truck was in the parking lot of a shopping mall on Louisville's south side.

Authorities say Espinosa should be considered armed and dangerous.

Together, the FBI and Garda World are offering a $60,000 reward for information leading to Espinosa's arrest.

He faces a federal charge of theft from an interstate shipment.

Espinosa is described as white, about 230 pounds, 5'10" with black hair and a large scar on his right arm.

Anyone with information about Espinosa's whereabouts should contact the Louisville FBI office at: 502-263-6000.

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