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Palm Beach County is currently facing a surge of burglaries, with the focus being on the theft of ATMs from businesses in various areas. Over the past year and a half, these crimes have been reported from Palm Beach Gardens to Greenacres, causing concern among residents like Jean Patten about safety in the area.

The suspect in these burglaries, as shown in surveillance images provided by investigators, is seen wearing a hoodie and face coverings. It is suspected that this individual may not be acting alone and uses a cutting tool to gain access to the ATMs within the businesses. Staff members at nearby businesses, who chose not to appear on camera, expressed concern about the security of their own establishments. They mentioned that surveillance cameras did not deter the suspect from committing the crimes and emphasized the importance of being vigilant.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to apprehending the person responsible for these crimes and preventing further incidents. Customers like Jean Patten are using empathy to address the suspect, urging them to consider the impact of their actions on others. Patten also advises the perpetrator to seek legitimate employment rather than resorting to criminal activities. Anyone with information about these burglaries is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS.

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