James Kane and Barbie Agostini threw a rope with a magnet attached to the end into the lake in Meadows Corona Park in the Queens neighborhood.

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They opened the safe and found it filled with damaged $100 bills.

They said police told them the money was not linked to any crime and they allowed them to keep it.

Kane said, "We've found safes many times before. I saw the money and I said this is not possible," Kane said.

1-217Agostini noted that they could not find any identification to identify who the safe belonged to.

Magnet fishing involves throwing a line with a powerful magnet attached to the end into lakes and rivers.

The duo said they started as a hobby during the COVID era and had previously found grenades from the Second World War, 19th-century weapons and a motorcycle.

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