PHILADELPHIA – A gang of thieves in Philadelphia has hit 30 stores across the city for their ATMs in the last six months, walking out with the entire machine according to WPVI, a local news affiliate. In the latest case the thieves used a grinder to cut through the door lock of a corner store and walked away with the machine holding $18,000. The gang has targeted everything from mom and pop stores to supermarkets. Police are urging retailers to bolt their machines to their floors with plates. Police have arrested one suspect but are not sure about catching the whole gang, noting that they are good about covering their tracks.

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