3 sought in ATM theft from North Philadelphia convenience store, police say

Philadelphia police are searching for three men who were allegedly captured on video stealing an ATM machine from a North Philadelphia convenience store on Sunday. 

Security video released by police on Thursday shows the suspects exit a white sedan outside of OCK Express Market on 3000 block of North 22nd Street around 4:30 a.m. 

Police said the men entered the store and immediately began trying to rock the ATM machine off its bearings. One of the suspects, who is believed to be a man in dark clothing, is seen on video charging into the machine with his shoulder. 

As the suspects were attempting to overturn the machine, police said a man in light pants and a dark top lifted his shirt to show a witness that he had a handgun.

The group eventually carried the ATM out of the store and loaded it into the backseat of a white sedan, according to police. 

Anyone with information on this ATM theft is encouraged to call the Philadelphia Police Department at 215-686-8477.



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