October 24, 2018
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Police search for suspect who stole ATM from Maine diner

Yumi Kimura via Wikimedia Commons | BDN
Yumi Kimura via Wikimedia Commons | BDN

An ATM was stolen from the Miss Brunswick Diner on Halloween, and the Brunswick Police Department is seeking the public’s help in the case.

Brunswick police responded on Oct. 31 to the diner after receiving a report of a stolen ATM, according to a post on the Brunswick Police Department’s Facebook page.

The company that owns the ATM is offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to the apprehension and prosecution of the suspect in the theft, the department wrote in the Facebook post.

Anyone with information related to the theft can contact Brunswick police Detective John Roma at 721-4341 or by email at jroma@brunswickpd.org.

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