ATM stolen from Ramada Hotel in Juneau

Police say it had been cut open and an undetermined amount of money was stolen.

Thieves stole an ATM from the Ramada Hotel in Juneau at roughly 3 a.m. Friday, Juneau police say.

Witnesses reported two men in dark hoodies and scarves wheeling the ATM into a white van and leaving the area, according to a Juneau Police Department release.

JPD officers then saw the van driving on the North Douglas Highway at about 3:30 a.m and pursued the vehicle.

The van was found abandoned at the 5800 block of North Douglas Highway, and the ATM was found in the area of Fish Creek Road.

Police say it had been cut open and an undetermined amount of money was stolen. The van was also found to be stolen from the area around Auke Bay.

The investigation is ongoing but no arrests have been made yet, said the press release.

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