Bank of France's stolen euros unearthed in provincial garden

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Two sacked employees have been placed under investigation after police dug up a bag containing 500,000 euros at a house in Auvergne region.

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French police have found nearly two million euros stolen from France’s central bank, where they were supposed to have been destroyed. They uncovered the haul when 500,000 euros was found buried in a garden in central France, reports RFI.