ATM stolen from Lima restaurant

 ATM stolen from Lima restaurant  #ESC_LLC #Restaurant #ATM #Police | Lima police are investigating the burglary of a Lima business early Monday morning. According to Lt. Ronald Holman, someone broke into J’s American Pub at 2307 Spencerville Road at 1:30 a.m.

Once inside, the thieves seized the ATM machine. A short time later, a van, matching a description of the one used in the burglary, was spotted at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Inside, officers found the ATM, but no cash.  (Please scroll down for more)

Lima police are investigating the burglary of a Lima business.
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The Value of Video Surveillance in Public and Private Spaces | #ESC_LLC #ATM #VideoSurveillance | Over the days, weeks, and months that we’ve been sending interesting news items across our social media channels, it’s hard not to notice the volume of times when a camera placed in the right spot, being there at the right   
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And now that video cameras are being installed in and outside of residential structures, we’re seeing an even greater influx of situations where the perpetrators of crime are coming to justice—or at least we know what they look like.

One of the common places that police go for video in public spaces when a nearby crime occurs is local ATMs. Of course, crimes occur at ATMs each and every day, as did on November 23rd of 2015 in Huntsville, Alabama. (click here)

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Virginia Beach Police say a skimmer was found at an ATM at the SunTrust Bank near the Pembroke Mall | #ESC_LLC #ATM # # | The man was making a regular trip to the drive-up ATM last Thursday when he saw something he had to capture on his cell phone.

“Essentially I went to go put the card in and when I was doing it, it wasn’t going in flush like I imagined it would go in, so I thought something was going on,” Garcia said.  And there it was… (click here)

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