MOBILE, Ala (WALA) — It could be the large break Cell police have been hoping for, as one other Gulf Coast-area ATM is plundered. However this time, the alleged bandits are busted.
In one other all too acquainted scene on the Gulf Coast, an ATM is out of service, blocked off by warning tape. It’s the newest money machine to be focused by thieves. This one was ripped open Wednesday morning in Jackson County, Miss.
Louisiana State Police stopped a black Cadillac in Lake Charles pushed by one of many males. He and the opposite two suspects from Houston had been tracked down shortly after the crime and arrested.
Thirty-six-year outdated Jamarlon Butler, Jermaine Stambler and Christopher Wilson, each 33, are awaiting extradition to Jackson County on motorcar theft and business housebreaking fees.
The suspects are accused of utilizing a truck and a strap to pry open the ATM at Residents Financial institution on Lemoyne Boulevard.
This crime matches the very same description of what’s been taking place in Cell within the final 4 months. Earlier this week, an ATM was ripped open on Airport Boulevard.
Again in July, the same case occurred. The bandits had been caught on surveillance video snatching a machine off its basis, even dragging it. Nobody charged but with these crimes.
Cell police are attempting to find out if this newest heist, proper throughout the state line in Mississippi, is linked to the string of unsolved ATM thefts within the Port Metropolis.