According to an investigation by the RCMP, individuals had stolen the front-loading vehicle some time previously.
A few hours after the theft, the police found parts of the ATM as well as a van about fifteen kilometers from Burstall. The latter would have been used to take away the ATM.
At this time, the money has still not been found.
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Cypress Credit Union's director of marketing and depository says security camera footage has been turned over to authorities.
We're glad no one #x27;was injured, says CypressCredit Union credit union director of marketing and depository Shelly Kay.All our customer and member information is secure. The computers were not affected, she wants to clarify.
Shelly Kay adds that her team is waiting for the results of the test. is investigating and has submitted insurance claims.
We are currently assessing the damage. The credit union is closed. Our staff has been redirected to our nearby branch in Richmound, says Kay. as part of the investigation.
Cypress Credit Union wrote on its Facebook page that its Burstall branch would remain closed until new order.