Crime And Law

ATM taken in break-in from Estridge Market in Dayton

DAYTON — The ATM just inside the front door was stolen overnight from Estridge Market.

When police arrived around 6:45 a.m. to the grocery store at 4230 Hoover Ave., there were drag marks on the pavement and the front door was propped in front of the building, according to a Dayton police report.

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In December, the store’s doors were pulled out of the frame after the driver of a pickup truck attached a chain and drove off. Nothing was taken during the Dec. 10, 2017, incident.

In the Memorial Day break-in, the ATM appeared to be the only item taken. It is owned and serviced by an outside company, store owners told police.

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