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Police searching for suspect who stole ATM from Salt Lake City business

Published October 7, 2013 3:57 pm
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Salt Lake City police are looking for a white pickup truck that backed through the doors of a convenience store over the weekend and made off with the ATM.

Police said the truck backed through the front doors of the shop at 2100 E. 1306 South about 4:15 a.m. Sunday.

The mask-wearing suspect then hooked a strap to the ATM that was inside the store and pulled the ATM out before fleeing.

Police said they suspect the pickup was a Dodge.


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