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BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. -- A Boca Raton woman is being credited with turning in $1,800 she found sticking out of an ATM machine at a Chase bank in Boynton Beach.
Adriana Allen, 46, was making a routine stop at a drive-through ATM when she said she saw money slightly hanging out of the deposit slot, according to Boynton Beach Police Department Spokesperson Stephanie Slater.
Concerned, she attempted to push the money back inside the automatic cash slot. When that didn't work, Allen held onto the money and called police, Slater said.
Allen waited in the bank's parking lot for police to arrive and turned in the cash which consisted of 18 hundred-dollar bills.
Allen told police she held onto the money and called authorities because there were no vehicles ahead of her and she didn't know a better way to handle the issue.
Slater said the $1,800 was submitted into evidence and will remain there until Chase finds out who it belongs to.
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