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ATM stolen from gas station in south St. Louis

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According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM. By Stephanie Baumer

St. Louis, Mo. (KMOV) – St. Louis police are searching for three men who stole an ATM from a gas station in south St. Louis Wednesday morning.

Authorities said an ATM was stolen from a BP gas station at Jefferson and Utah just after 2:00 a.m. According to police, the thieves broke into the store, destroyed the power panel and made off with the ATM.

Police said the suspects used a white van to steal the machine.

The van was last seen traveling eastbound on Utah. 

No other details were immediately available.

The investigation is ongoing.

 

 

 

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