Thieves make off with $100K in broad-daylight Bronx ATM heist: cops
Police are currently on the hunt for two brazen thieves who stole $100,000 from an ATM machine worker in broad daylight. According to police reports, the victim, a 31-year-old man who refills ATMs within commercial establishments, had parked his vehicle full of crisp bills in front of a furniture store on White Plains Road in the Bronx. The incident occurred on May 30 at around 2:15 p.m.
Shortly after the victim left the vehicle, one of the robbers smashed the rear passenger window to gain access to the stacks of cash within the vehicle. They were able to get away with roughly $100,000 and fled in a black SUV driven by a second individual.
Surveillance footage from the scene shows one of the robbers donning a black hoodie, sunglasses, and mask to conceal their identity. As of the latest report, neither of the suspects has been caught by police.
What happened in the incident?
Two thieves robbed an ATM machine worker who was replenishing cash in commercial establishments in the Bronx. One of them broke a window to take the stacks of cash and fled in a black SUV driven by a second individual.
When did the incident happen?
The incident occurred on May 30 at around 2:15 p.m.
Was anyone harmed during the incident?
No one was harmed during the incident.
Have the suspects been caught?
As of the latest report, neither of the suspects has been caught by police.
Criminals steal $100,000 in daylight ATM burglary in the Bronx, according to police.
New York City police are on the hunt for two unidentified suspects who stole $100,000 in broad daylight from an ATM machine replenisher, according to reports on Tuesday. The thief broke into the victim’s car in the Bronx while he serviced a nearby ATM at 2:15 p.m. on May 30. Police believe the suspect smashed a rear window and escaped with the cash with the help of a getaway driver waiting in a black SUV. The victim discovered the break-in and alerted the authorities. Neither suspect has been arrested at this time.