Another ATM was stolen from outside a Manhattan business in a brazen before-dawn heist Tuesday, cops said.
Cops were called to the No Fun NYC Restaurant and Bar on Ludlow Street near Stanton Street on the Lower East Side just before 4:15 a.m., for an ATM that was “forcibly removed” from the front of the eatery, cops said.
It wasn’t clear how much money was inside the machine at the time, according to police. The facade of the adjacent property was also damaged during the incident, cops said. No suspects have been identified.
This latest theft comes only weeks after two thieves ripped an ATM out of the Yankee Deli & Grocery on Avenue C in the East Village, also in the wee hours of the morning.