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Monday's Most Wanted: change machine theft

BRISTOL, Tenn. -

Life on a college campus can get a little crazy, and sometimes the craziness can border on the criminal. Bristol, Tennessee investigators said that happened recently on the almost quiet campus of King University.

The victim might surprise you. It wasn't a student, instead, the owner of a dollar bill change machine. The school allowed the machine owner to place it in a student vending area.

Investigators told News Channel 11 that in late March, the machine filled with cash vanished.

To find out how the crooks got away with the crime, click on the video link to view our full report.

If you have any information that could lead to an arrest in the case, the Bristol, Tennessee Police Department wants to hear from you.

Call: 423.764. TIPS or 423.989.5568

Email your tips to: TIPS@bristoltn.org

 

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