Police: Three arrested after attempting to steal an ATM from Roseburg store using an SUV
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Two men and a woman from California were arrested Sunday after police said they attempted to steal an ATM machine from a Roseburg store.
According to a Roseburg Police Department report, officers responded to a burglary alarm at Anderson Place Market on W. Harvard Ave. around 2:45 a.m.
On scene they saw the front door was damaged and open, and an ATM machine was lying on its side across the main entryway.
Police say a witness provided descriptions of the two suspect vehicles.
A Douglas County Sheriff's deputy located the vehicles and a pursuit ensued.
The driver of a GMC Yukon, 31-year-old Carlos Xavier Zarate, of Escalon, Calif., was taken into custody and developed as the main suspect in the burglary, police said.
Investigation revealed the suspects forced their way into the store, hooked a cable up to the ATM, and then 43-year-old Sherice Marie Boss allegedly tried to pull the machine out with their vehicle, the report said.
Police say 21-year-old Christopher Murrah was parked across the street as a lookout.
All three were arrested and lodged at the Douglas County jail.
Zarate was charged with second degree burglary, first degree criminal mischief, and attempting to commit theft in the first degree.
Murrah was charged with conspiracy to commit burglary in the second degree and first degree conspiracy to commit criminal mischief.
Boss was charged with second degree conspiracy to commit burglary, first degree conspiracy to commit criminal mischief, and conspiracy to commit theft in the first degree.