Bank machine dragged off by truck in Guelph, Ont.

GUELPH, Ont. - Police in Guelph say they're investigating an attempt to steal a bank machine from a local hotel.

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They say they got a call early Wednesday morning reporting that a truck was trying to break through the front door of the Manor Hotel on Silvercreek Parkway South.

Police say they arrived to find the truck dragging the machine on the ground as it drove away.

Police say the machine eventually detached from the truck on Wellington St.

They say they're looking for a black, four-door Ford F-150 pickup truck and ask anyone with information to come forward.



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