SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A pair of thieves used a dolly to steal an ATM from a San Diego thrift store Saturday, police said.
Two male suspects pried the front doors to gain entry to the AMVET Thrift Store, in the 3400 block of Sutherland Street, near Pacific Highway, about 1:45 a.m., police said.
A surveillance camera captured the thieves entering the store with a dolly and leaving the business with the ATM, police said.
One suspect was described as wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, camouflage pants and a blue baseball cap. No description of the other suspect was provided.
Police did not release the surveillance tape, but asked anyone with information on the robbery to contact them at (619) 692-4800.
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