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ATM found in foreclosed North Minneapolis house

An ATM found inside a foreclosed North Minneapolis house Saturday confuses investigators, reports the Star Tribune.
A city inspector found the machine while examining the house. It was pried open and all the money was gone. Now forensics are trying to find evidence that could lead them to a suspect.
ATM theft is not a common crime, but it does happen. The serial numbers on the machine found Saturday were compared with those on an ATM taken from the campus of Hamline University in St. Paul last month, but they were not a match.