Thieves have gotten away with another ATM in Dallas, this time at a convenience store in the 5400 block of South Lamar Street. But this time they didn’t crash a truck into the store or tie a chain around the machine to steal it.
There is a huge mess to be cleaned up after someone smashed into a Dallas grocery store, trying to steal an ATM machine.
Dallas Police say three early Friday morning A-T-M “Smash and Grab” style robbery attempts are all linked, and now they’re trying to catch the suspects behind it all.
In this age of high-tech gadgetry, crooks are going high-tech too. hackers are doing everything from breaking into keyless cars, to breaking into your phone.
ATM thieves are getting more creative in their attempts to steal the cash machines directly from a variety of stores.
Police were called to another ATM smash and grab early Friday morning at a convenience store on I-35E in Lewisville. Now authorities say two people are in custody.
Only on CBS 11, a crook accused of skimming an ATM for your bank card number.
Police say since January 1st, thieves have stolen or attempted to steal ATM’s in Dallas 29 times.
18-year-old Donald Moses was arrested several states away from Texas.
Getting a flat tire is annoying, but now Dallas police say it could also be an elaborate trap set to rob you. It’s all part of a larger scheme that has robbers staking out local banks.
For the third time in four days some would-be ATM smash-and-grab thieves have hit a Dallas retailer.
North Texas officials are hoping surveillance video will help them find a robber/kidnapper.