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Men use dump truck to steal ATM in Pennsylvania

By Daniel Uria
Two men in Pennsylvania used a stolen dump truck to steal an ATM from a local super market. The men, clad in gloves and ski masks, used metal chains to rip the ATM out of the store. 
 Screen capture/Bradenton Herald/Inform Inc.
Two men in Pennsylvania used a stolen dump truck to steal an ATM from a local super market. The men, clad in gloves and ski masks, used metal chains to rip the ATM out of the store. Screen capture/Bradenton Herald/Inform Inc.

COVINGTON TOWNSHIP , Pa., Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Two men used a stolen dump truck to rip an ATM out of a supermarket in Pennsylvania.

The men pulled up to a Bill's ShopRite store wearing ski masks and gloves and attached a chain to the ATM at about 1:53 a.m. on Tuesday, according to The Times-Tribune.

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The men then used the chain to drag the ATM out of the store, smashing a glass door in the process.

State police reported a piece of the ATM was found on a nearby road after the initial robbery, PAHomepage.com reported.

The dump truck, which fit the description of a vehicle stolen from Thornhurst Country Club Estates, has still not been found.

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