BY BRIAN HEWS • July 20, 2020
Thieves ran the again of their apparently stolen truck into an ATM on the Bank of America positioned on 12221 Artesia this previous Saturday and obtained away with $319,000. Additionally they inflicted $65,000 worth of harm on the ATM.
A memo obtained by HMG launched by the sheriffs learn:
“On Saturday, July 18 at approximately 5 AM Cerritos deputies responded to the Bank of America located on Artesia Boulevard regarding a burglary just occurred call. A preliminary investigation revealed that a blue Dodge Ram truck approached the drive-up ATM machines at the location. The driver of the truck accelerated and backed into the ATM furthest away from the building. As a result of the force of the collision the ATM was partially dislodged from the concrete base.”
“The other suspects inside the Dodge truck then exited and used pry bar to separate the face plate from the ATM. The drawers inside the machine that contain cash were then taken from the machine. The suspects then returned to the Dodge truck and the truck left the location. Video surveillance at the location depicted at least three male suspects. No witnesses were located at the location.”
“As Cerritos deputies searched the area for suspects or evidence of the bank theft, they located the Dodge truck used in the theft of the banks ATM. The Dodge truck was located, with the engine running and doors open, in the parking lot of the Shell gas station located on 12198 Park Street. No suspects or witnesses were located at that location. Updated information revealed that approximately $319,000 was taken from the ATM machine and the damage to the ATM was estimated at over $65,000. Cerritos sheriff station detectives will conduct the follow up investigation.”
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