Say What?!: Officials Tell Public ‘Don’t Get Out of your Car for $100 bill’

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Maryland authorities are warning motorists not to get out of their cars if they spot $100 bills on their windshields as the cash could be a cover for theft.

Karen Straughn, Maryland’s assistant attorney general for consumer protection, said a resident told her at a Baltimore County public information meeting of a scam involving car thieves luring motorists into getting out of their cars with the doors unlocked by placing $100 bills under their windshield wiper blades.

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