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Suspects try to break into Aliceville ATM

The damaged ATM. Source: WBRC video The damaged ATM. Source: WBRC video
Surveillance image of the two suspects. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD Surveillance image of the two suspects. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD
A closer image of one of the suspects. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD A closer image of one of the suspects. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD
A closer image of the second suspect. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD A closer image of the second suspect. Source: WBRC video/Aliceville PD
PICKENS COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

Two theft suspects walk away empty handed after trying to break into an ATM in Aliceville.

They tried using a crowbar to crack open the safe of the ATM at First National Bank in Aliceville.

Cameras show the two young men trying to break into the ATM around 1 a.m. on Monday, August 4.

Authorities don't believe the suspects are from Aliceville. If you recognize them, you're urged to call Aliceville Police at 205-373-6631.

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