A car carrying vaccines in Florida, USA, was stolen, and police offered a reward of up to $5,000 for wanted car thieves.
The Associated Press quoted Plant City police on the 4th as saying that a driver drove a gray Hyundai Yasant car on the 3rd and sent 30 bottles of vaccine with a total market value of $10,000 to a vaccination site.
This vaccination site is located at the Strawberry Festival event venue to celebrate the winter strawberry harvest.
When the driver drove to the entrance of the site at about 4 p.m.
that day, he encountered an interceptor device, so he stopped to find a security guard and let go, and did not turn off the engine or lock the car. The car thief took advantage of this time to drive away.
Surveillance video shows that the suspect is a light-skinned man in his early 20s, with long hair and a light-colored hoodie.
Police have issued car search notices to the whole United States and offered a reward of up to $5,000 for the arrest of suspects.
The agency responsible for shipping the vaccines said that the stolen vehicle did not show the purpose of the vehicle or the agency to which the vehicle belongs, so there was “no reason to think that the thief knew that there was a vaccine in the car”.
This institution reissued the vaccine to the vaccination site and completed the vaccination work on the same day as originally planned.