Greenfield Police looking for suspects in early morning ATM theft

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GREENFIELD – Officials from the Greenfield Police Department are looking for two people involved in a theft from an ATM early Saturday morning. The suspects were able to make off with an unknown amount of money, public information officer, Capt. Chuck McMichael said in a press release.

Officers were dispatched to the Chase Bank, 2057 N. State St. around 4:30 a.m. Saturday morning with reports of a theft in progress.

A witness told 911 dispatchers they saw an individual or individuals attempting to gain entry into the ATM using a vehicle. The first of the two suspects was described as wearing a red sweatshirt with tan pants, black shoes and gloves. The second suspect had on a black sweatshirt, dark colored pants, gloves. Both suspects had their faces covered, officials said.

Officers arrived on scene within minutes and observed extensive damage to the ATM and later found the vehicle used in the theft parked on James Blvd., just southeast of the Chase bank. The suspects were unable to be located. The vehicle was discovered to have been stolen in Greenfield and is being processed for evidence.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Detective Nathan Garner at 317-325-1234 or [email protected]. Greenfield residents can help by reviewing video footage from the area of Greenfield Crossing Apartments and Brandywine Village neighborhood to see if these suspects are seen in the area getting into or out of a different vehicle.

McMichael said there is not a threat to the public at this time, but they would appreciate anyone with information to reach out to officials.