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Police: Suspect damages ATM but gets no money

(Source: Forrest City Police Dept.) (Source: Forrest City Police Dept.)
FORREST CITY, AR (KAIT) -

Forrest City police are investigating an incident where thousands of dollars in damages was done to an ATM machine.

Video on the police department's Facebook page shows a suspect coming up to the machine on the morning of July 30.

The suspect appears to use some type of tool to smash the ATM on West Broadway. Police are investigating the incident as criminal mischief.

Police say the machine received an estimated $5,000 in damage, but no money was taken due to extra security measures.

Police are asking for help identifying the suspect or suspects involved.

Those with information can call Crimestoppers at (870) 261-1499 to receive a cash reward of up to $1000.

First National Bank of Eastern Arkansas is adding a $500 cash reward for information leading to an arrest as well.

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