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FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) – Fort Worth Independent School District employees arrived at work this morning to find the front of their building demolished after a gang of criminals pulled an early morning smash and grab.

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According to police, around 5:00 a.m. Wednesday, a white older model Chevy van drove across the parking lot and right through the front of the Fort Worth ISD administration building, in the 100 block of North University Drive.

Security video shows several men get out of the van, grab the ATM and put it in the back of the van before taking off.

In all, the crime was over in about a minute.

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Sources say the ATM is the property of the Educational Employees Credit Union (EECU).

FWISD spokesperson Clint Bond says the suspects were all wearing masks, hoodies and gloves, so it’s hard to establish descriptions.

Police have no suspects or leads in the case.

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