Kamloops golf course ATM stolen; police recover part of it and detain a person

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KAMLOOPS - Eagle Point Golf Club had an ATM stolen last night, but police were able to recover part of it.

Around 3:11 a.m. today, Sept. 1, Kamloops RCMP responded to an alarm at the golf club, according to a press release. When they arrived they found the front door forced open and an ATM missing.

A suspicious vehicle had been spotted by police attending the scene and was stopped. A piece of the ATM was found near the vehicle and the only person in the vehicle was detained.

Police are still investigating the incident.

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