A man stole $2,200 in chase he watched another man drop on Friday.
According to CBS 13, a man named John had saved the money to move himself closer to his parents.
Surveillance video showed John dropping the envelope after giving a homeless man $10 and entering a restaurant. Another man picks up the envelope and gets in line behind John, who was then beginning a frantic search for the money.
“So I’m tearing my whole truck apart, and at the same time, I’m looking into El Pollo Loco and I can see these people looking at me,” John said.
A total reward of $1,300 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest.
The suspect’s car is a blue early-1990s Honda. One of the doors is a different color.
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