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Niles police seek ATM robbery suspect

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NILES, Ohio - Niles police are searching for a male suspect after an attempted ATM robbery at First Place Bank on Youngstown-Warren Road. 

It happened on Monday at 1:20 a.m. Police are still waiting for someone to come forward. 

They are asking that any information be reported to the Niles Police at 330-652-9944.

 

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