Suspects try to steal ATM from Grande Prairie’s Coca Cola Centre

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Early yesterday morning, suspects reported broke into the Coca Cola Centre in Grande Prairie around 4 a.m.

Surveillance footage shows suspects exiting the back seats of a maroon dodge pickup truck. They tied a tow rope to the back of the truck, and then broke a window in the building to tie the rope around an ATM machine.

However, as the truck drove away, the rope snapped and the ATM remained in place.

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Grande Prairie RCMP describes their first suspect as a man with a thin build, wearing a mask with skull markings on it. He also had on dark jeans, grey sneakers, a black ‘metal mulisha’ hoodie, black ball cap, and white gloves.

The next suspect is another man with a thin build, who had a black and white mask/bandana on his face. He was wearing a grey hoodie, black ball cap, white sneakers, white gloves, and black rain pants.

They took off in a maroon, 4-door 2014 Dodge RAM truck. The truck had a small white sticker on the bottom of the driver’s side corner of the rear windshield. It’s license plate could have possibly been BDJ 4680.

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RCMP also noted that a third suspect was driving the vehicle, they believe the truck was stolen from the rural area sometime over the weekend.

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