The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of an ATM machine from a business early Saturday morning.
At about 4 a.m. Saturday, sheriff’s deputies noticed an alarm activation from a service station located at the corner of Arnold Drive and state Highway 12, near the town of Sonoma. Responding deputies discovered the front doors to the business had been forced open, and someone had forcibly removed the ATM machine from its floor-mounted position inside the business, according to police.
It was determined that the suspects had arrived in a vehicle, described as a white commercial van with lettering on the side, police said. Multiple law enforcement agencies conducted an extensive search but did not locate the vehicle or suspects.
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