Kingston police seek public help following brazen ATM theft

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KINGSTON — Kingston Police Department is calling on the community for assistance after a brazen break-in and theft occurred at a local gas station early this morning.

According to authorities, an unidentified group of suspects commandeered a white pickup truck and smashed it through the front of the Mobil gas station at 130 Main St.

The incident, which took place during the early hours, resulted in significant structural damage to the establishment and the theft of an ATM machine.

The stolen vehicle and ATM were later found abandoned in a secluded area of the town.

Investigators are actively reviewing various pieces of evidence but the case remains open.

As part of the ongoing investigation, Kingston PD is urging residents with surveillance cameras to inspect footage from today, April 25, between 3 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. for any suspicious activity.

Officials are particularly interested in sightings of individuals loitering in atypical locations or unfamiliar vehicles that may have been used as lookout points.

Specific attention is being directed to areas surrounding Allerton St in Plymouth, 80-160 Main St in Kingston, and the vicinity of Smelt Pond and Raboth Road in Kingston.

In addition to technological surveillance, detectives and officers are conducting door-to-door inquiries within the affected neighborhoods to collect further evidence.

Anyone with potential information related to the investigation is encouraged to contact Detective Lieutenant Mike Skowyra at 781-585-0523 ext. 6662.

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