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February 4th, 2014
09:33 PM ET

Police: Hoffman withdrew $1,200 from ATM before death

Authorities are piecing together the final hours of Philip Seymour Hoffman's life.

According to investigators, the Oscar winner withdrew $1,200 from a supermarket ATM near his New York city apartment hours before he was found dead from a suspected drug overdose.

A witness says he saw Hoffman withdrawing money and talking with two men who were wearing messenger bags the night before he was found dead of a suspected drug overdose.

Police are searching for anyone who could be linked to the drugs that may have killed Hoffman after he was found in his apartment Sunday with a needle in his arm.

Jason Carroll is OutFront with the latest.


Filed under: Drugs • News • Philip Seymour Hoffman
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  1. sez you

    Why don't the news casters ask where all this heroin comes from? Oh. might the answer be Afghanistan? And how does it get here? I mean come on, it ain't floatin over here and we,ve all heard about the CIA being complicit in this trade.

    February 5, 2014 at 3:52 pm | Reply

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