reply to post by coyotepoet
The banks already have possession of all the money, so why steal it and put it back?
Also, most viruses die in ultraviolet light, like scanners, counters, sunshine, etc. So it wouldn't be that effective unless it was put on the money
directly before handing it to someone.
Also, bank robbers are almost always that specific. They usually target some bank that they have a familiarity with, because they can navigate the
bank, go to the right tellers, neutralize any dye packs, trackers, or marker bills, etc., etc.
Most bank robbers do not just randomly pick a bank, and if they do randomly pick a bank, they usually get caught and arrested within a few days
because they didn't know how keep from being tracked.