SAN DIEGO — A suspect utilizing a stolen heavy-gear development car unsuccessfully tried to steal an ATM Monday morning from an Allied Gardens financial institution, police stated.
A witness reported the tried theft simply earlier than 5 a.m. in entrance of the Union Financial institution at 5197 Waring Street on the nook of Zion Avenue, San Diego police officer Dino Delimitros stated.
The would-be thief used a stolen skip loader to knock the ATM off its basis, Delimitros stated. However the suspect apparently fled after being unable to load the money machine into the entrance-finish bucket of the development car.
Police responding to the world discovered the car crashed right into a pickup truck and deserted on Mound Avenue about two blocks away, Delimitros stated. Officers have been looking for a suspect as detectives investigated the tried ATM theft and the obvious theft of the heavy equipment car.