A suspect drove an Ford F-450 pickup truck through the front glass at a convenience store in Hurst and stole an ATM early Wednesday morning, police said.
It was the second smash-and-grab ATM theft in Hurst this week.
The first happened Monday around 5 a.m. at 200 Norwood Drive, police said. A white Ford F-250 was driven through a cinderblock wall at the Norwood Quick Stop.
Wednesday’s burglary occured around 3:45 a.m. at the Valero station at 780 West Hurst Blvd, police said.
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Anyone with possible information related to these crimes is encouraged to call the Hurst Police Department at 817-788-7146.
In both cases, police determined the trucks were stolen from businesses in Hurst “immediately prior” to the burglaries. Both trucks were also found abandoned within a few blocks of each convenience store.
No suspects have been identified.
Ryan Osborne, 817-390-7684