Four million dollars worth of gold bars was stolen from a broken-down armored truck along Interstate 95 near Wilson, NC as reported by WRAL: "two armed security guards told authorities that they were traveling from Miami to Massachusetts with a shipment of silver and gold when they pulled over at mile marker 114 after mechanical problems with their truck."
Given that the armored truck originated from Miami it's a good bet the Cubans are involved with the gold heist, and they tailed the vehicle until it conveniently broke down in a remote location.
Nearly "half of all cargo thefts are committed by organized specialists," and "a number of these . . . are carried out by a syndicate based in South Florida, many of them Cuban" as reported by Daniel Grushkin for Businessweek.
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