DORCHESTER COUNTY, Md. - Troopers are searching for suspects, after authorities say they stole two ATM machines from two convenience stores, in Dorchester and Queen Anne's County.
Maryland State Police say on Sunday, shortly after 3:00 AM, the MSP Easton Barrack received a 911 call from the Dorchester 911 Center for a glass breakage alarm at a convenience store, in Cambridge. Investigators say they responded to the scene to process it for evidence and to continue the investigation. According to the report, two suspects forced entry into the store by breaking the glass in front of the building. After entering the store, the suspects then reportedly backed a dark colored pickup truck up to the store, hooked a chain or rope to the ATM machine, and pulled it through the front of the building. Law enforcement says the suspects were wearing dark clothing, masks and gloves.
According to MSP, approximately 30 to 45 minutes prior, they believe the same suspects committed the same crime at a convenience store in Queen's Anne's County. Troopers say this incident is being investigated by the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office.MSP says the possible suspect vehicle involved in both crimes is a dark colored Dodge Ram pickup truck.
47ABC reached out to Maryland State Police and no one was available to give details on the locations where these incidents happened.
Anyone with information related to the incidents are asked to call the Easton Barrack at 410-822-3101. This investigation is ongoing.
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