Philadelphia police are investigating at least four more ATM explosions in the city Tuesday morning. One of the ATMs was located at SEPTA’s Chestnut Hill West station. A second was located outside of Dalessandro’s Steaks in Roxborough.
According to Fox 29, Police say another ATM explosion took place at 50th and Market Streets on Monday morning just after 1:00 a.m. When police arrived on the scene they found a heavily damaged ATM. Police have confirmed the cash box was cut out and the entire machine was removed. They say while the cash box was cut out, it was not taken.
Police say they are checking nearby surveillance cameras to assist in their investigation.
ATM explosions were also reported at Royal Pizza on the 4200 block of Baltimore Avenue and the Fresh Grocer on the 5600 block of Chestnut Street Tuesday morning.
ATM explosions under investigation
Reports bomb squad officials are investigating the incidents with the help of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
No injuries have been reported in any of the ATM explosions.
Police have not reported how much cash, if any, was taken in any of the incidents.