A Georgia police officer has been fired after she mishandled $500 missing from a homicide victim's wallet.
Keisha Richburg was filmed on her own body cam attending the scene of a June 19 shooting in northwest Atlanta.
The footage shows an EMT passing on cash that a witness claimed belonged to the male who had been shot dead.
The EMT later admitted he shouldn't have handled the money but gave it to the cop when he realized what he'd done.
In the video clip, the EMT then puts the bills into the fold of the wallet – as opposed to inside the cash compartment - before handing it to Richburg.
The cash is not visible on camera as Officer Richburg returns to her car.
A police statement reads: 'Officer Richburg transfers the victim's wallet from her right hand to her left hand; it is readily apparent the money is no longer tucked inside the wallet.'
The footage released on Tuesday then shows Richburg give the wallet and a cell phone to another officer at Grady Memorial Hospital where victim Jamel Harris, 29, was taken after he was allegedly gunned down by An-Nur Green, 43, following and argument. But something appears to be missing.