Witnesses state that two thieves burglarize a business on Chicago’s West Side and make off with an ATM

In the early hours of Friday morning, two thieves broke into a currency exchange located in the West Town neighborhood and stole an ATM. The incident occurred at around 2:30 a.m. in the 1500 block of West Division Street. According to a witness, the unknown offenders broke the front door glass and removed the machine from the business before fleeing in a white van.

This burglary is part of a growing trend of ATM thefts in the area. In January, another currency exchange was targeted for its ATM when thieves drove a Jeep Cherokee through the front window near Roosevelt and Jefferson Street. Another currency exchange on the city’s near West Side was also recently broken into by burglars who took the machine containing an unspecified amount of money. The owner mentioned that this has happened multiple times before, but it is unclear if these burglaries are connected.

Chicago police responded to the incident and discovered broken glass from the front door of the business upon arrival. No one is currently in custody for this crime, and Area 3 detectives are continuing to investigate further details about this case.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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