FBI, DeKalb police arrest man accused of using pipe bomb to blow up ATM
A DeKalb County man is in custody after authorities say he blew up an ATM last month.
Police say a man used a pipe bomb to blow up the ATM at the Bank of America near North DeKalb Mall just after 3 a.m. on March 29.
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They say he was able to get away with a large amount of cash, but did not confirm the exact amount.
On Saturday morning, police, the ATF, FBI and other local agencies responded to a house off of Scott Blvd. to arrest the suspect.
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Authorities have not identified the suspect or commented on his exact charges.
No injuries were reported during the bomb’s detonation or during the suspect’s arrest.
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