When a woman couldn’t get money out of a St. Paul ATM, she was so teed off she took a golf club to the machine.
It happened in the middle of the night Wednesday. Police were called to the bank after an employee was alerted about the damaged ATM in the morning, but the woman’s identity wasn’t a mystery.
Her failed ATM transaction revealed her name, plus there was surveillance video of her, said Steve Linders, a St. Paul police spokesman.
Police said Thursday their investigation continues and they have yet to arrest the woman.
Surveillance cameras showed a woman trying to use a drive-up ATM at about 2:15 a.m. Wednesday at the Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union on Lafayette Road, just off U.S. 52 and near Plato Boulevard.
She got out of her sport-utility vehicle and walked up to the cash machine and swung a golf club at it, but slipped, Linders said. Next, she steadied herself, swung again and connected with the ATM.
The machine’s screen was damaged, requiring about $2,000 to repair, Linders said.
Kristina Wright, Affinity senior vice president of member experience, said Thursday afternoon that they have “not yet been in contact with the member but anticipate we will be soon.”
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