Police are looking for a truck used to haul an automated teller machine from the Vienna Metro station in Virginia. See photos.
A photo of the vehicle suspected of stealing an ATM from the Vienna Metro station in Virginia. (Courtesy WMATA)
WASHINGTON — There are lots of examples of crooks stealing entire ATMs to get away with the money inside. But in this case, the machine was hauled away with a truck from inside a Metro station.
It happened about 1:30 a.m. Monday at the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metro station, a Metro spokesman said.
Ramming the ATM with a stolen heavy duty pickup dislodged the machine, then five suspects jumped out of the truck, loaded up the machine and took off.
Now, Metro Transit Police are looking for a white Ford F-250, with Virginia tag UA13-483. There’s damage to the rear bumper and a yellow “Don’t Tread On Me” sticker on the rear window.
Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at 301-955-5000 or text MyMTPD (696873).
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