ATM ripped out of Crown Point Bank Drive-Thru Monday


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CROWN POINT – An ATM was ripped from its foundation inside a Bank Drive-Thru overnight.

According to Crown Point Police it happened early Monday at Centier Bank at South Court

Street and Burrell just before 1 a.m.  That’s when an unknown vehicle approached the ATM and ripped it out by force.

The vehicle’s tire tracks could be found in the grass nearby.

No suspects have yet been identified by Police as the case remains under investigation.


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