Moroccan central bank opens investigation into stolen cash


The Central Bank of Morocco has announced that 1.2 million dirhams ($125,000) has been stolen during the movement of cash.

In a statement issued on July 4, the central bank announced it had opened an investigation into the theft, saying it believed the incident was an isolated but malicious act. It added that it was using all means to determine responsibility.

The money was being transferred to cities throughout northern Morocco from Dar As-Sikkah, the Moroccan mint. Local media has reported

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