Detroit Comerica Bank broken into with U-Haul truck, police search for suspect

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Detroit Police are looking for a suspect involved in a breaking and entering situation that happened Sunday morning at a Comerica Bank located in the 13000 block of West Chicago.

"It's stupid, who would do something like this," Temeka Toliver said, who does her banking at Comerica. 

Authorities say around 4:30 a.m. the suspect drove a U-Haul truck into the wall of the bank to gain entry. 

"It's a known bank to get robbed," Toliver said.

Once inside, the suspect damaged the ATM and then fled the scene in a gray van, which was later found in the area of Littlefield and Ellis. 

Fox 2: "You get nervous coming over here?"

"No because I see something suspicious I just skeeeerrrrttttt pull off," she said.

The bank manager told police no money was taken. 

The ATM stayed busy Sunday and they got the part of the building hit boarded up. 

Some good advice from Tameka no matter where you do your banking.

"Look around, or have someone with me to look around while I'm in there," she said.  

If you have any information on this incident, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SpeakUp.