Armored car murder suspect stashed $24K at grandmother’s grave site.

Authorities have now recovered about $224,000, including some stashed at…

Authorities have now recovered about $224,000, including some stashed at a grave site, that was apparently left behind by an armored car driver wanted for allegedly killing his colleague and taking off with $2.3 million.

Kenneth Konias Jr., 22, is suspected of fatally shooting his co-worker Michael Haines in the back of the head and leaving him in the Garda armored vehicle the two operated Feb. 28 in Pittsburgh.

Konias is still at large.

Police said Konias’ relatives found $24,000 stashed at his great-grandmother’s grave site Wednesday and another $200,000 in his parent’s home.

Source: Sharde Miller for Good Morning America.

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  • Kyle

    They caught him earlier today