Stettler RCMP say suspects tried to pull ATM out of building

Tow strap broke before culprits could get ATM: Stettler RCMP

Stettler RCMP are looking for information about suspects who tried to steal an ATM machine right out of a building last month.

According to a press release from Stettler RCMP spokesperson Sgt. Phil Penny, “On Jan 25 two males suspects attempted to steal an ATM located at the Fas Gas gas station located in Stettler.

“The suspects smashed the front door of the business and attempted to pull the ATM from its moorings with a tow strap, but it broke. The suspects left the scene in a dark blue Ford pick-up truck.

“Anyone with information about this, or any other crime, are encouraged to contact the Stettler RCMP or call Crimestoppers.”

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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