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Hamilton Police Seek ATM Vandalism Suspect

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The Hamilton Police Department is searching for an armed suspect, who may be responsible for vandalizing multiple businesses in the Hamilton area.

Detective Stephen Murphy said that during the early morning hours of Monday, October 28, the suspect vandalized and attempted to steal from an ATM machine at Farmer's State Bank on North 1st Street in Hamilton.

He said this person is believed to be armed and should not be approached.

Anyone with information regarding this suspect or these crimes is asked to contact the Hamilton Police Department at (406) 363-2100 or Crimestoppers at (406) 363-0062. Callers to Crimestoppers may remain anonymous and may also be eligible to receive a reward for information provided.

The Hamilton Police Department has provided a video of the suspect in action. To watch it, click here.

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