Edmonton police investigate west end ATM robbery; release truck photo

Edmonton police investigate an ATM robbery at a west end Mac's, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. Dave Carels, Global News

Edmonton police are investigating the theft of an ATM at a convenience store in the west end early Wednesday morning.

Police were called to the Mac’s Convenience Store at 215 Street and 93 Avenue at about 5:15 a.m., where the robbery was reported.

The entrance of the store was damaged, with glass smashed and metal bent.

It was reported that a white pickup truck drove into the store’s front doors before two suspects got out of the truck and used it to pull the ATM from its foundation.

The suspects reportedly ran away from the parking lot, heading south towards Suder Greens Drive.

Photo of a truck believed to be connected to an ATM theft in Edmonton on Sept. 12, 2018. Edmonton police

Investigators recovered video footage from the area and released a photo of a truck they believe may be connected to the theft.

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The truck is a mid-2000s, white Chevrolet Silverado with a canopy.

Anyone with information on this truck, its whereabouts or occupants is asked to contact police at 780.423.4567.

READ MORE: 3 men charged in 2 ATM thefts in Edmonton

In July, three men were charged in connection to two ATM thefts in the city.

At the time, police said there had been 17 ATM incidents in Edmonton in 2018.

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