Atm Taken With Stolen Front End Loader

A stolen 14-ton construction vehicle is used in a smash and grab of an ATM outside of an bank

Before the break in, Google Street View
Before the break in, Google Street View

Using a huge construction vehicle to break into a bank to take a small ATM is what overkill looks like but it worked.

The incident occurred 4.00am on Thursday morning outside of Alberta Treasury Branch, Caroline, Alberta, Canada.

After the break in, RCMP Alberta
After the break in, RCMP Alberta

Police officers were notified of an incident occurring via an intrusion alarm which went off as the suspects broke in. What they found at the site was astounding, they found a 14-ton, 10ft tall, 24ft long front end loader sitting outside of what looked like a demolition site. The bank's front entrance was completely caved in with the door smashed and the windows shattered.

The ATM machine was taken by two males who have yet to be identified. The police recovered an ATM and a trailer located nearby but the money has been taken and the suspects are yet to be caught.



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