PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Police are investigating after an ATM was stolen at a Sunoco on Girard Avenue near North 6th Street in Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood.
It happened just before 4 a.m. Sunday.
Workers at the store tell Action News three robbers wearing ski masks stole the ATM by dragging it right out of the business before fleeing in an SUV.
There is another ATM inside, but that one is bolted to the floor.
No injuries were reported.
ATM thefts have been on the rise in Philadelphia. Police said at least five machines have been stolen since late September.
On November 3, police say someone stole an ATM from a gas station on the 6200 block of North Broad Street. Police say the masked man got in through a broken window and ripped an ATM out of the store that was bolted to the ground.
Wissahickon Brewing on the 3700 block of School House Lane was recently hit by two burglars. Two men got away with the ATM after breaking into the building.
"I never even thought that someone would steal our ATM," said Peter Gill, the co-owner of Wissahickon Brewing.
Philadelphia police are working to determine if the thefts are connected.
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