BOSTON (WHDH) - Two men are facing burglary charges after breaking into an ATM in Boston early Saturday morning, police said.
Officers responding to an ATM alarm at 67 Broad St. at 2:20 a.m. found a machine that could be accessed from the sidewalk with its rear in a building’s vestibule, police said.
When the officers looked into the vestibule after hearing a noise, they allegedly saw two men trying to break into the rear of the ATM with crowbars.
Gerald Perkins, 46, and Mark Mullaney, 53, both of Boston, were charged with breaking and entering into a building, breaking and entering into a bank depository, possession of burglarious tools and malicious destruction of property.
They are scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Boston Municipal Court.
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