Police release CVS attempted ATM theft video

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Attempted ATM TheftThis is how quickly it can happen. Here is the surveillance video from the attempted ATM theft at CVS Pharmacy early this morning. Officers arrived within two minutes of being dispatched to the alarm but the suspects fled just before we got there – leaving behind the ATM and the stolen truck they used in the parking lot.There have been at least seven attempted ATM thefts in the Texarkana area in the last couple of weeks. Odds are that it is the same people responsible for all of them. Please help us by immediately calling 9-1-1 if you notice anything suspicious or out of the ordinary. We are more than willing to come check it out. Most of the time, it will wind up being nothing. But that one time that it is not is exactly the break we are looking for in this case.

Posted by Texarkana Texas Police Department on Tuesday, December 1, 2015

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Texarkana, Texas Police Department has released the video from the attempted ATM theft at CVS Tuesday morning.

According to police there have been at least seven attempted ATM thefts in the Texarkana area in the last couple of weeks. Odds are that it is the same people responsible for all of them.

Police ask that you immediately call 9-1-1 if you notice anything suspicious or out of the ordinary.

Police dispatch audio

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The Texarkana Texas Police Department is investigating an early morning burglary where the suspects attempted to steal an ATM.

On December 1, 2015 at approximately 3:00 a.m., officers responded to an alarm call at the CVS Pharmacy, located in the 1900 block of Richmond Road. When officers arrived less than two minutes later, they discovered the glass entrance doors of the business shattered. The suspects used a vehicle to drive through the doors and specifically targeted the ATM inside the building. The three suspects were able to successfully pull it out of the building and into the parking lot using a chain attached to the vehicle.

Officers found the unopened ATM and an abandoned 1989 GMC pickup truck near the east edge of the parking lot. The truck had been reported stolen from an apartment complex in Texarkana, Texas on November 27, 2015.

The building sustained heavy damage during the burglary.

Anyone with information on this burglary is asked to call the Texarkana Texas Police Department at 903-798-3116 or CrimeStoppers at 903-793-STOP.

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