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Southbury Police Seek Info About Discarded ATM

This ATM was found discarded behind industrial/office buildings on Main Street South in Southbury early Wednesday.
This ATM was found discarded behind industrial/office buildings on Main Street South in Southbury early Wednesday. Photo Credit: Connecticut State Police
State and local police are investigating the discovery Wednesday of an ATM behind an office/industrial complex in Southbury.
State and local police are investigating the discovery Wednesday of an ATM behind an office/industrial complex in Southbury. Photo Credit: Connecticut State Police

SOUTHBURY, CONN. -- An ATM machine, apparently discarded by thieves, was found behind office/industrial building complex in Southbury Wednesday, police say.

The ATM looked like it had been broken into, but police did not say how much, if any, money was taken.

State troopers found the machine around 7:23 a.m. near a wooded area behind 1266 Main St. South.

The case is being handled by Southbury police, but detectives from the state police’s Western District Major Crime unit are aiding the investigation.

Anyone who thinks they may have any information regarding the ATM is asked to call Troop A - Southbury at (203) 267-2200, or to text TIP711 with any information to 274637.

All calls will be kept confidential, police said.

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