Blotter: Report: Men steal money from ATM

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Two men broke into a convenience store early Saturday morning and stole $1,000 to $2,000 from the ATM, according to a Denton police report.

Police responded to the store alarm in the 300 block of East McKinney Street and found a broken window. Officers found the cover of the ATM popped off and the cash container pried open.

Everything else in the store seemed undisturbed except the ATM and the rack next to it, officers reported.

A similar burglary was attempted at a convenience store in Justin, the Denton County Sheriff’s Office told Denton officers.

 

Other reports

300 block of East Windsor Drive — A school security guard responded to an alarm call and found one of the school’s windows broken Friday morning before calling Denton police.

A large rock was found about 15 feet inside the door, the crime report stated.

Video surveillance footage showed a young man throwing the rock and entering the building. He pulled his shirt over his face as he walked past the camera, officers reported.

The footage shows him going to the cafeteria and then retreating, the report stated.

Collins Street, Avenue A and Fort Worth Drive — Several car windows were shattered early Friday morning, according to a Denton police report.

Denton police responded to a call from a man who found the window on his car, which was parked on Collins Street, shattered but nothing was taken.

Another car owner told police a loud truck set off his car alarm between 2 and 2:30 a.m. and when he went to turn it off, his window was still intact. When he returned to his car at 8:30 a.m., the window had a small hole in it and it was shattered, he reported.

An apartment complex also reported to police that several of its residents’ vehicles had similar damage.

Police reported it looked like the damage was done with a BB or pellet gun.


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