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Suspect tries to steal ATM

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Someone tried to steal an ATM machine from the U R Market just after four o'clock this morning. According to Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer AJ Balajadia the suspect or suspects were driving a stolen white colored van to commit the crime. The suspects used the van to pull the ATM Machine out from the store. When officers arrived they found the ATM machine, which belongs to Coast 360, about 100 feet from the store. It was heavily damaged and the money boxes were still in tact with no money missing. According to Officer Balajadia, officers also recovered the vehicle near the UR Market. The van was stolen this morning near the Sea Chef in Tamuning. No arrests have been made. If you know anything about this crime you're asked to contact Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

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