ATM stolen from Grand Del Mar

Two suspects stole an ATM from the Grand Del Mar around 2:50 a.m. on Aug. 31, according to San Diego Police Officer Frank Cali.

Two males entered the Grand Del Mar Hotel at 5300 Grand Del Mar Court from the double doors next to the elevators. The males walked up to the ATM that was located next to the elevators with a handcart. The males loaded the ATM onto the handcart. The males took the ATM and fled the scene, Cali said.

The ATM was later found in the 13600 block of Carmel Valley Road in an open field. The suspect’s descriptions are white males, 18 to 25 years old and they both were wearing dark-hooded sweatshirts that were covering their faces. Northwestern Division is investigating.

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