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Suspects swipe ATM in Carver Co. burglary spree

Investigators are looking for two suspects responsible for a rash of burglaries at businesses in Carver County. Early Monday morning, the two were caught on surveillance video breaking into the Luce Line Lodge in Watertown. The video shows one of the suspects climbing a ladder and cut a cable on the roof...
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Investigators are looking for two suspects responsible for a rash of burglaries at businesses in Carver County, KARE 11 reports.

Early Monday morning, the two were caught on surveillance video breaking into the Luce Line Lodge in Watertown. The video shows one of the suspects climbing a ladder and cutting cable on the roof, according to the Star Tribune.

When police arrived, they discovered the side door pried open and the ATM machine was removed.

Burglaries were also reported at Creative Hair Salon and the Family Dollar Store in Norwood-Young America later that morning where the suspects attempted to steal a safe.

The burglars were also caught on tape at Mayer Mobil where telephone lines at the business were cut, but nothing was stolen.

Both suspects appear to be male, one is 5 foot 8 inches with a medium build. The other is taller and stockier. The video shows the two traveling in a green Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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