The automatic ATM chassis announces that the owner of the last southern Alberta business requires at least a month to rebuild its store.
Next Monday, May 7, a suspect may enter a Crossfield convenience store outside business hours.
"The robbers happened at around 4:40 a.m.," said Khair Algheba, the owner of the store. "He broke the door, he went to the teller machines, he squeezed it, dragged it, then damaged the whole area of the face."
"He pulled out the cashier to the left and dragged all the way down two kilometers from here."
The robbery store was arrested by surveillance cameras and retrieved the box from the stolen box in a field outside the Crossfield.
Alghebari says that they have suffered significant damage to the retailer's field of sales, including three point-of-sale systems, cabinets, shelves, merchandise and telephone systems.
"It caused this cause here, because it ought to have stolen an ATM, probably around, say, $ 150,000," said Algheba. "Because he is the heart of the business that killed the company, we can not do anything now."
ATM robbery is becoming increasingly difficult in Calgary and nearby communities.
According to the RCMP, seven robberies were reported or they tried to avoid the Christmas Eve that occurred in Airdrie, Strathmore, Cochrane, Okotoks and Crossfield communities. The officials of the Calgary Police Service said they had robbed eight ATMs in December last December.
"It seems more common than usual," explains Cpl. Airdrie RCMPen Gina Slaney. "We are aware that business owners are currently doing it. They can do things – report a suspect suggestion."
Slaney says the robbers often visit the location design before getting a sense of theft.
Alghebari, Crossfield, has been in business for 20 years and has been assisted by the robbery.
The Crossfield ATM banker or cashier who has information about any theft involves contacting the police.
Along with files CTV Jordan Kanygin