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Greenville Police looking for woman who stole from soda machine

(Source: Greenville Police Department) (Source: Greenville Police Department)
(Source: Greenville Police Department) (Source: Greenville Police Department)
(Source: Greenville Police Department) (Source: Greenville Police Department)
GREENVILLE, AL (WSFA) -

The Greenville Police Department is looking for the woman captured in surveillance footage, taking money from the beverage machines outside of the Fred’s store located on the Greenville Bypass.

Lieutenant Joe Disney said the incident happened on Monday, right before 1:00 a.m. The video shows the woman getting out of her vehicle, approaching the machines, going back to her vehicle and then returning something to the machines before eventually getting in her truck and leaving.

Disney said officials believe she had a key to get into the machine. While the department cannot confirm it, he said officers believe they know how she may have gotten a hold of it.

“The bottling factory in Luverne was broken into here recently,” Disney said. “Two rings of keys were stolen. We can’t confirm it, but we think that may be one of those keys.”

Disney said the keys stolen from the factory would have granted access to many different models of beverage machines.

Approximately $30 was stolen from the machines outside of Fred’s in Greenville, but Disney said that is because the owner of the store checks the machines regularly. The department is concerned about this woman and others hitting machines that are not checked as regularly.

If you have any information or are able to identify this woman, please call the Greenville Police Department at 334-382-7461.

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