million americans are now without unemployment benefits. i'm veronica de la cruz. let's get you back to the program. >>> it's 6:45 p.m., october 4th, 1997, charlotte, north carolina. the loomis fargo & company. this armored car facility houses millions of dollars, and right now, one employee, vault supervisor, david ghantt. >> david started working at the company in 1994 and immediately put him in close contact with massive amounts of money. there was no aspect of money handling that he was not part of. >> at the end of the work day, a company trainee leaves, while ghantt stays behind. his wife is expecting him for dinner, but he calls and tells her he will be home late. left alone with millions of dollars in cash, ghantt is trying to work up the nerve to follow through with a plan that will forever change his life. each day, area banks transfer funds to other banks through here. the loomis fargo & company's armored cars act as a conduit for the currency. sometimes millions at a time. >> you'd have vans pulling up all day and dropping money off, taking money back to go to banks.