EL SEGUNDO >> A flat mattress tow truck, stolen within the Inland Empire, was backed right into a financial institution’s glass entrance entrance Sunday in El Segundo, shattering it and leaving a path of shattered glass and metallic particles strewn throughout a parking zone.
The AAA flatbed tow truck was stolen in Ontario, after which noticed on a video feed by guards watching the Chase Financial institution, 780 S. Sepulveda Blvd. in El Segundo. Police have been despatched to “housebreaking in progress alarm” name at 1:17 a.m., the El Segundo Police Division reported.
The alarm firm, which makes use of actual time surveillance cameras, reported a flat mattress tow truck had backed into the financial institution’s glass entrance entrance and doorway. Additionally they reported that an individual or individuals have been probably seen contained in the financial institution after the entrance glass had been shattered.
When officers arrived, the truck was gone they usually discovered the path of shattered glass and metallic particles. It was unknown whether or not the suspects have been concentrating on the ATMs or different gadgets contained in the financial institution.
“They (the suspects) have been there for a short while. They didn’t take something,” Jones stated.
Police found the truck, deserted, about 4 hours later close to Culver Boulevard and Motor Avenue in Culver Metropolis, stated El Segundo police Sgt. Thomas Jones.
El Segundo police requested anybody with any info relating to the incident to name them at (310) 524-2200.