ATM stolen from Parma pharmacy during smash and grab

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PARMA, Ohio-- The Parma Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying the men who stole an ATM.

It happened at the Rite Aid on Ridge Road at about 4:50 a.m. Thursday.

Parma police said several men smashed through the front of the store using a white Dodge Caravan. They took the ATM and fled in a different vehicle.

The Caravan, which was stolen hours earlier in Cleveland, was left at the scene.

The Rite Aid was closed at the time and no employees were there.

Surveillance video shows at least three suspects. One of them was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black pants, white shoes and white gloves. A second man was wearing an orange shirt, black pants and white gloves. Police said all three men had masks covering their faces.

Anyone with information should call the Parma Police Crime Tip Line at 440-887-7340.

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