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Police Identify Suspect In Jenks ATM Heist

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It took five men and three trucks to rip an ATM out of the ground outside a Jenks bank over the weekend.

It happened just after midnight on Sunday at the Federal Credit Union at 3017 W. Main Street.

The men used a cement mixer, a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a Chevy Trailblazer to "uproot" the machine.

They took off with the ATM on a flat bed trailer.

Both SUVs used in the heist were maroon.

The Jeep had paper tags.

Jenks Police have identified 26-year-old Daniel Jones as one of the suspects. He's 5'9", 240 lbs., tattoos on both arms. He was seen wearing blue jeans, black & white Jordan shoes.

A second suspect was wearing a black-hooded sweatshirt, black jeans, and black gloves.

A third suspect a black man with a short beard. He was wearing a navy or black-colored Carhart jacket, jean shorts, and white shoes.

The fourth suspect is a white male. He was wearing black jeans/pants, black-hooded sweatshirt, and black shoes.

The fifth suspect is a black male wearing gray gym shorts, black shoes and a black sweatshirt.

Police have located the cement mixer used in the crime.

If you have any information in this case, contact the Jenks Police Department.

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