DALLAS - A maroon minivan smashed through a back window at Dallas City Hall in what police say was a failed attempt to steal a city credit union ATM.
The van rammed the building around 4:15 a.m. Thursday. Several city workers in the area say they saw the crash. The Dallas Morning News reports that the suspects realized they were seen and fled in the van without the cash machine.
Police say the van was found a short time later abandoned outside the Dallas Police Association building. Police determined the van had been stolen overnight.
Police say they questioned several people sitting in cars
outside city hall who may have been acting as lookouts. No one was
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