ATM found in backseat of stolen city vehicle

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AKRON, Ohio — Two city vehicles were stolen, and one was found set on fire with an ATM in the backseat, according to police.

Akron Police Department reports state that it happened sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday afternoon.

Two unmarked 2000 Dodge Stratus sedans assigned to the Akron Fire Department Training Bureau were stolen from the training center, 1309 Emmitt Road.

At 5 a.m. Wednesday, one of the cars was found at the intersection of South Main Street and East Miller Avenue. The vehicle was set on fire, and officers found an ATM in the backseat.

The ATM had been taken from a store in North Canton.

The second vehicle was found Thursday morning in the 1400 block of Holly Avenue. The vehicle had broken windows, and the column was peeled.

Anyone with information is asked to call Akron police.