Sunday, 22 October 2017

Bank Machines

Edmonton, Alberta 
A brazen ATM theft at a north Edmonton bingo hall was caught by a surveillance camera early Tuesday morning.
The video shows a pickup truck pulling up to the north door of Castledowns Bingo, in the area of 122 Street and 137 Avenue, at 5 a.m.
The vehicle appears to drive past the front door a couple of times before backing up a few metres from the entrance a couple of minutes later.
Two people — one dressed in coveralls and the other in what appears to be a painter’s suit — are seen pulling a chain out from underneath a box spring in the cab of the truck. The person in the painter’s suit then uses a pickaxe to smash the glass out of the front door. More Here
The suspects then enter the bingo hall and hook up the ATM to a rope. A third person in the truck then takes off, with the ATM crashing through the door behind it on the way out.
The entire ordeal takes about three minutes.
Staff at the bingo hall said they aren’t sure how much money was in the ATM at the time. The box spring was left at the scene, they said.
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In San Diego, California


https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/calgary-thieves-use-front-end-loader-to-steal-atm-1.2778179
Thieves in Calgary went to some rather extreme measures in an attempt to grab some cash early Sunday morning, stealing a front end loader to smash into a Royal Bank branch and make off with the bank machine.
The theft occurred just before 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Security camera footage caught the thieves driving the large yellow loader through the side of the building, nabbing the bank machine and then leaving the loader behind.
Police are now reviewing the video to try to identify the suspects. They have not offered a description of the suspects so far.
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Thieves steal ATM machine, but it falls out of getaway van


THEFT

CASE #CA17381433

At approximately 11:10 p.m., on Tuesday, September 5, 2017, two culprits entered the Boston Pizza located at 2836 Memorial Drive S.E., and hooked up a strap to an ATM located in the foyer area. They then used a vehicle in an attempt to drag the ATM out of the foyer area, without success. The culprits left the area in an SUV when approached by staff.
The vehicle is believed to be an SUV, possibly a BMW X5.
The suspects are described as Caucasian, in their late 20s or early 30s. <SNIP>


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