Police looking for 2 suspects of New Hudson smash-and-grab

Police in New Hudson are looking for the suspects of an ATM smash-and-grab. 

Police say the suspects crashed their truck into the Kensington BP gas station near Kent Lake Road and Grand River. Then, they were in and out in just a few minutes.

"They obviously have done it before. They had the chain hooked up to their car so they just pulled it out if the bed. A second chain went around the ATM, hooked to the first one. They knew how they were going to get in," says gas station manager Todd Keyser.

The two suspects arrived in a white newer model four-door Ford F-250 with running lights at 4:22  a.m. on Friday. The suspects wore white bandanas to cover their faces. 

About three thousand dollars in cash is estimated to have been stolen, but the suspect left behind thousands of dollars more in damage. 

Gas station employees spent the morning cleaning up so they could reopen as soon as possible. 

This isn't the first time this gas station has been a target of crime. On Christmas morning, someone tried to break in and steal the ATM but was unsuccessful. Then, a couple days after that, someone did get away with a bunch of cigarettes. 

If you recognize the people in the latest crime you are asked to give police a call. 
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