The Edmond Sun

November 14, 2013

Agency seeks ID of would-be ATM burglar

Mark Schlachtenhaufen
The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — Logan County authorities are seeking the public’s help in identifying an attempted burglary of a local ATM machine.

Logan County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Richard Stephens said on Nov. 8 the agency received a report of an attempted burglary of the ATM at the F&M Bank located at 121 E. Waterloo Road. The incident occurred at about 5 a.m.

Stephens said the investigation has provided several digital images that may help move the investigation forward. There was damage to the ATM that indicated the would-be burglar was trying to break into the machine, Stephens said.

Stephens said the vehicle used is a late model, dark-colored Dodge Quad Cab pickup. It is distinctive in that it has what appears to be after-market alloy wheels, and damage to the driver’s door and above the driver’s side rear quarter panel, Stephens said.

According to the sheriff’s office, the suspect appears to be a thin white male in his 20s who was wearing a dark jacket, a striped beanie-style stocking cap and had a white cloth around his face.

Stephens urged anyone with information about this incident to call the Logan County Sheriff’s Office at 2013-1928.



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