On the morning of Oct. 7, an employee arrived at work and noticed the ATM had been moved from its normal position. Upon closer inspection, the employee realized the machine had been cut open and immediately called 911.
The business owner was at the scene when deputies arrived. The man said several items were damaged and a laptop computer, 12 packs of cigarettes and $120 were stolen.
The business owner estimated it would cost $8,200 to replace two damaged slot machines and $1,000 to replace the ATM. A door, frame and wires were also damaged.
The business does have video surveillance which the owner indicated he would provide at a later time.
The case is listed as active.
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