So Fast! Man Buys SUV Just Hours After Stealing $150,000 ATM Workers Mistakenly Left Behind

One of two men suspected of making off with a bag containing
$150,000 in cash that was mistakenly left behind by ATM workers bought an SUV
with the money hours later, police have said.
Alton Harvey, 42, of Hillside, was arrested Wednesday after
police traced a white van that was captured on surveillance video pulling up to
the bag of cash that the ATM employees forgot outside a business in Mahwah, in
northern New Jersey, on Monday. The video showed a passenger in the van
grabbing the bag.

Police said the van was seen in another video pulling into a
nearby auto repair business and pilfering used tires. After finding the van in
Irvington, police arrested Harvey.
Harvey said he was driving the van and told detectives that
a Chevrolet Tahoe was purchased with cash from the bag soon after it was
grabbed. The SUV, which has a starting sticker price of $46,000, was parked
near the van.
Detectives identified the passenger as Jamar Bludson, 35, of
Newark. Police immediately issued a warrant for Bludson, who also is wanted for
a probation violation.

Harvey was held on $125,000 bail, charged with theft of
mislaid property. Investigators determined the ATM workers were not involved in
the theft, the police said.

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