2 men steal ATM machine from Fayetteville Fun Spot

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Fayetteville police are looking for two men who stole an ATM machine from a business on Ga. Highway 85 North in Fayetteville on June 19.
Sheriff Barry Babb said store video showed two black males forcing entry into the Fun Spot America of Atlanta amusement center on June 19.
Babb said the suspects entered the property by cutting a lock on the fence at the front of the business. They shattered the front door of the arcade area with an unknown tool and took and ATM machine located inside. The ATM contained approximately $800 at the time of the theft.
Babb said the two suspects appear to be black or light-skinned males, one with some facial hair. Both suspects appear in the video to have a two-way radio attached to the front of their shirts which they used during the burglary.
Both suspects were wearing gloves and appeared to be driving a newer model silver or light-colored Dodge Ram 1500 with a cover over the tag. The vehicle may have damage to the passenger rear side tire wall and rim from sideswiping concrete while backing up to the business, Babb said.
Anyone with information pertaining to this or other crimes is asked to contact the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office at 770-461-6353.
In another issue, a vehicle theft was reported on June 17 at Affordable Golf Carts on Ga. Highway 54 near Tyrone Road. Babb said the business found damage to a fence and a black Chevrolet pickup stolen from in front of the store.
The county saw three entering auto incidents on June 15 and 16.
One of the incidents was reported at a residence off Milam Road on June 15, and involved $100 stolen from the center console of an unlocked vehicle, said Babb.
A second incident on June 15, at a residence on Moonshadow Ridge, dealt with a laptop stolen from an unlocked vehicle, Babb said.
Another entering auto, on reported on June 16, occurred at the BP station on Ga. Highway 138. The vehicle owner said his front passenger window was smashed and a cell phone and a small amount of cash stolen while he was in the store, said Babb.