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ATM robbed in PCC break-in

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Around 4:30 Wednesday morning, a group of people broke into Pitt Community College and stole money from an ATM.

Police say they do have surveillance footage of the break-in and are evaluating it for more information.

PCC Police say the last time anyone broke into the school was about a year ago. The thief broke into a science building and stole 15 laptops. They did make an arrest in that case.

This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information, please call Crime Stoppers or PCC Police at 252-493-7777

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