Air Canada sued over $20m gold and cash heist - BBC News
Six months later, the heist remains unsolved. Now, a US-based security company wants its money back.
12 hours agoShareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Getty ImagesImage caption, The 14 April heist made international headlines and it remains unsolved by police.By Nadine YousifBBC News, TorontoA US-based security company has sued Air Canada over gold bars and cash worth millions that were stolen from Toronto's airport in April.
Brink's International alleges the airline was "reckless" and had failed to prevent the theft.
The goods, worth more than C$20m ($15m, £12m), had recently arrived on an Air Canada flight from Zurich to Toronto before they were stolen.
The heist is one of the largest in Canada's history.
Among the items stolen were gold bars that weighed 400.19kg and $2m in cash.