Thursday, August 27, 2015

Citizens Bank ATM destroyed

On August 25th at around 03:40 am the Citizens Bank ATM was found destroyed. Please contact Detective Sergeant Patrick of the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113if you think you recognize anyone in the surveilance camera images.


  1. Bob Lombard8/27/15, 5:17 PM

    I think the kid with the nose is showing too much of it. He probably ought to make a run for Canada.

  2. He doesn't look smart enough to know which direction to take to Canada. What a bunch of complete scum

  3. Don't these things have alarms?

  4. Outdoor ATMs - and those housed in outdoor locations - are 'fixed targets' for thieves. Some of them are also easily placed under civilian guard. the likelihood of vigilantes defending bank property may seem slight, but Springfield's harassed population may include some folks 'rarin' to go'. One more thing for our leaders to worry about.

    1. We have leaders???

  5. I hope police will caught him. I am afraid of such situation like robbery. Think I am lucky because I have never faced with such situation. I use Citizens Bank for 5 years and can say that i am satsfied with security in my branch. Here is my branch


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