UPDATE @11:30 a.m.
This news organization has obtained surveillance footage that shows thieves using a truck to steal a store’s ATM machine.
No arrests have been made.
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Dayton police are investigating after surveillance footage reportedly showed thieves use a truck to ram the front door of a mini market, hook the store’s ATM up to the truck and drag it away as they fled the scene Monday morning.
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According to a police report, officials responded to Four Points Mini Market, located at 1017 N. Gettysburg Avenue, just after 5:30 a.m. on a burglary alarm. Officers found the entry door to be heavily damaged and pulled away from the framing, as well as a table and food products on the ground.
There was also a skid mark trail from the store’s parking lot to the intersection of Kammer Avenue and Tyson Avenue.
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Officials reviewed surveillance video that showed an individual enter the store after gaining access by ramming the front door with a truck, described as an older model GMC or Chevy. The subject then hooked the ATM up to the truck and fled north while dragging the machine.
Officers advised there was reportedly a second subject, only mentioned as having a female build, that appeared to have been the lookout person due to them pacing back and form on Kammer Avenue, the report stated.
A muffler, possibly belonging to the truck, was also reportedly found at the intersection of Kammer Avenue and Tyson Avenue.
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Due to the video quality, officials were not able to gather accurate clothing descriptions of the subjects.
The report stated that authorities responded to the mini market in the past for a breaking and entering report where a suspect failed to break into the ATM machine.
No arrests have been made in either incident.
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