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2 suspects sought after ATM theft from northern Alberta golf course

A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft.
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP

RCMP are looking for two suspects after an ATM was stolen from a golf course in northern Alberta.

At around 2:20 a.m. on Sept. 19, Demarais RCMP were called to the Wabasca, Alta. golf course for a report of a break and enter. A pickup truck was used to ram through the front entrance of the clubhouse.

Once inside, surveillance video shows two suspects stealing an ATM.

A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft.
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft.
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft.
A still from surveillance video of a truck ramming through the clubhouse doors at the Wabasca golf course during an ATM theft. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP
A burnt truck police believe was used in the ATM theft at the Wabasca golf course on Sept. 19, 2017.
A burnt truck police believe was used in the ATM theft at the Wabasca golf course on Sept. 19, 2017. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP
A burnt truck police believe was used in the ATM theft at the Wabasca golf course on Sept. 19, 2017.
A burnt truck police believe was used in the ATM theft at the Wabasca golf course on Sept. 19, 2017. Courtesy: Desmarais RCMP

The 1998 blue Chevrolet truck police said was used in the theft was later found burnt in the area.

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Anyone with information is asked to call the Desmarais RCMP at 780-891-3768 or local police. Tips can be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online.