All it took was a shove and quick pair of feet for a crook to steal $200,000 from an armored car in the Bronx Wednesday afternoon, cops said.
The fleet-footed thief attacked a Brink’s worker as he unloaded a sack of cash and was heading to a nearby Spring Bank at the corner of East 167th St. and Gerard Ave. in Concourse, cops said.
The crook pushed the worker, and after a brief struggle, grabbed the loot.
Surveillance video showed the man running off as he cradled the money bag in both arms.
Police describe him as about 5-foot-8 and 160 pounds, wearing a navy blue hoodie, gray sweatpants and a black mask.
Police ask anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.
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