Missing an airplane is never fun, but it can be incredibly expensive for a traveler.
Authorities in Massachusetts seized a large sum of money after a person re-registered a missing plane at Logan Airport. According to reports, after being questioned by various security and legal authorities, the man said he was carrying different amounts of money.
One step Post on the Massachusetts State Police Facebook page, The suspect had booked a flight at Logan Airport last weekend, but missed it. He is said to have booked a second flight the same day. The specific target of the man has not been disclosed, but authorities have identified it as a “source of illicit drugs.”
On Facebook, the Massachusetts State Police wrote, “When a passenger passed a DSA checkpoint, he was questioned about a large quantity of US currency he was carrying, and claimed that the amount was 500,500. When Massachusetts State Police troopers from Troop F questioned passengers, they said he was carrying $ 40,000 to $ 50,000 in cash. “
The suspect is said to be in possession of large sums of money, and he is reportedly carrying $ 80-85,000 to MSP detectives. Officials also say Duke, a state police dog, “posed a strong warning to the man’s belongings” (the dog was trained to detect drugs).
Police found the man carrying $ 138,980 in cash.
“Based on the totality of the circumstances, the money is pending further investigation.” The Facebook post said. “Travelers refused to sign a receipt for a safe coin, walked out of the building and ran out of money.