SHELLVILLE (CBS) — Thieves pried open the doors of a Sonoma County service station and used a van to steal an ATM early Saturday.

The Sonoma County Sherriff’s office received notice of an alarm activation at about 4:00 a.m. a 76 Station located at 23003 Arnold Dr., in Shellville.

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When deputies arrived they found the front doors had been forced open and the ATM removed from it’s floor mount inside the business.

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Surveillance tapes revealed the thieves tied straps around the machine and hooked it to a stolen van to rip it from the wall. Then they loaded it into the van and sped away.

Police set up a multi-county “road block” but the suspects were still at large with the machine.

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The van was described as a Per scanner the van is a stolen Kelly Moore Painting van.