Thieves Steal Atm Machine in Amador County but They Only Got Away With $100

In connection with an ATM that was stolen from a grocery store, the Amador County Sheriff’s Office is looking for suspects.

Around 3 a.m. on Friday, reports came in that an ATM was being taken from the Pokerville Market on the 18000 block of Highway 49 in Plymouth.

According to a news report from the Sheriff’s Office, the thieves were driving a large pickup truck.

After three hours and 45 miles, the California Highway Patrol found the truck in El Dorado County.

Deputies said that it had been left because it had hit a tree. It was driven to the Sheriff’s Office so that it could be dealt with.

The stolen ATM was found by deputies around 11 a.m. near Steiner Road, which is about 7 miles from the grocery store. It had been broken into, but officers said there was only $100 in the safe.

The investigation is still going on, and anyone with information should call the Sheriff’s Office at (209) 223-5614 or the county’s private tip line at (209) 223-4900.

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