Thieves Steal ATM from Gas Station

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Courtesy: Westlake Police

WESTLAKE, OH —  Police are looking for four suspects they say stole an ATM from a Westlake gas station last week.

An employee at the BP station on Detroit Road and Columbia Road arrived for work at 4:53 a.m. on May 7 and discovered the break in.

A close captioned television showed four masked suspects driving a full-size van into the front glass window around 4:12 a.m. and struggling to get the ATM inside the vehicle.

Courtesy: Westlake Police

Courtesy: Westlake Police

The Chevy Astro van was later discovered on May 15 on Woodstock Avenue; the inside was burnt out. Police determined the vehicle had been stolen.

One of the suspects was wearing tan pants and a distinctive jacket with pink, white and grey horizontal stripes.

If you have any information, contact Westlake Police.

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