ATM stolen from Vernon business – Okanagan

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ATM stolen from Vernon business - Okanagan

Police in the North Okanagan are appealing for public tips as they try to track down suspects in an ATM theft over the weekend.

RCMP said the bank machine was taken from a business in the 3300 block of 48 Ave. in Vernon in the early hours of Sunday morning.


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The ATM is still unaccounted for.

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Police said the suspects drove off in a dark coloured Ford truck with stolen license plates.

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Police said the break and enter suspects left in a truck with a decal on the back window. Police released this close up image of the decal as they appealed for public tips about the case.


Police said the break and enter suspects left in a truck with a decal on the back window. Police released this close up image of the decal as they appealed for public tips about the case.


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Meanwhile, a stolen vehicle taken from another business in the area was left at the scene of the break and enter, police said.

Police are asking anyone with information to call RCMP or Crime Stoppers.


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