Transcript for Bank Robbers Toss Money in High-Speed Car Chase
And finally tonight, they couldn't believe their ice in a neighborhood of los angeles today. As police chased bank robbers who were in their suv just like the movies. But what made this different is what the suspected perps were throwing out the window, fistfuls of apparently stolen dollars. Abc's nick watt. Reporter: In that speeding black suv, four guys who just robbed a bank in santa clarita. The cops hot on their tail -- a chase topping 100 miles per hour. So far, so l.A. Then this -- bundles of cash, thrown from the back seat as the car raced through, shall we say, people rushed into the street to scoop up the money. Look at that again. They're throwing money out the window. What is this? Robin hood? The crowds got thicker cheering the benevolent bandits. Thfrnts this is evidence. This is the third high speed chase. Monday a suspected drug dealer actually got away. A rare occurrence. Last night a suspected murder cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. He got a weapon in his hand. He's gone down. He's trying to return fire. Reporter: Back to this morning all those suspected bank rob eshs dish ud out is more of their bootie. Look at that. Reporter: The chase lasted 1:20 minutes. Deputy, guns drawn, suspects in cuffs, then the gig is up. And the crowd surged forward trying to grab cash left inside that car. The crowd looks like they're on the side of the bad guys. Nick watt, abc news, los
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