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BAD: Smash and grab

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    BAD: Smash and grab

    Video of a smash and grab of an ATM. POS's armed with AK "machine guns"...I know, I know...


    VIDEO: Extreme Smash and Grab Robbery


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    They are organized arent they. Tuck, duck, and roll and get the hell out of dodge.....
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    Organized, yes, but not really well prepared. The van they brought could not accommodate the ATM. You would think they would have the right tools with them.
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    Anyone noticed that some places are putting the ATM near the back of establishments now? This is true for a few places that I use, & a local gas station/convenience store moved theirs there during a recent remodel.
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    Yet another reason to stay OUT of Detroit.
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    Out of curiosity, I've always wanted to know how much was in a fully loaded ATM machine. Any guesses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis1209 View Post
    Out of curiosity, I've always wanted to know how much was in a fully loaded ATM machine. Any guesses?
    It varies depending on location and traffic. Generally a low of several hundred up to a high of several thousand.

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    "The suspects are seen carrying machine guns."
    "Machine guns..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis1209 View Post
    Out of curiosity, I've always wanted to know how much was in a fully loaded ATM machine. Any guesses?
    I depends on how you vault it. My BIL looked into a ATM route. It can hold 10,000 or 20,000 in $20.00 bills.

    As the owner of the machine depending on how often you want to go refill it. As BIL is LEO he would have no problems vaulting the ATM's. You open two bank accounts. 1st one is for the money that you keep replacing the vault with. So as the money is dispenced fromthe machine it gets replaced into the holding account.

    2nd one is for the transaction fees to go into.Thats the profit. If you set up a couple of machine in a good location you can make some money. Funny thing that we noticed is that city employess will put out a few dollars several times a day.

    The guy selling the route what asking a lot of money for the locations. We scoped them out and they were surrounded by other machines did not think the deal was worth it.

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