Arlington police continue ATM theft investigation

ARLINGTON – Arlington police detectives are continuing their investigation of the BECU-ATM thefts at a machine located in the 3700 block of 172nd Street. At this time it is known that at least 13 different cards were used to access more than $62,000, most of which did not belong to those who took it out.

“We are continuing to gain additional information from those already in custody about who else may have been involved in the scheme," said Arlington Police Detective Peter Barrett. “Additionally we are encouraging those who did participate to come forward rather than waiting for us to find them."

With the numerous leads the department is uncovering and receiving, it is estimated that many more individuals will be named and ultimately arrested.

So far, two have been arrested in the case and one person has turned himself in.

Anyone who has information or who was involved in the theft should contact Arlington Police Department at 360-403-3400 or come to the Station at 110 E. Third Street, Arlington.

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