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Gulf Power - Milton burglarized

The Gulf Power office in Milton was closed down for several hours this morning-- following an overnight burglary.

The break-in was reported by an employee this morning.
Police say the thieves broke into an ATM inside the office near Dogwood Drive and Caroline Street.
What may help police catch the crooks.
Crime tape closed the doors at the Gulf Power Milton office for several hours Wednesday

While a police cruiser stood watch--
Milton police detectives could be seen walking in and out of the building, trying to piece together the moments before and after the burglary--

They say the theft involved more than one person--
The thieves broke pryed open the front doors in the very early morning hours----

Once inside they broke open the ATM in the lobby
Investigators could not say how much was taken--

With the office closed-- many customers tried to use the drive-up window, with no luck--

Those who came up to pay their Gulf Power-bills were greeted by this sign--
It says that it's closed because it's now a crime-scene.

Patricia Denney, Milton
"I was surprised, I thought they were just doing construction."

Mike Stafford, Bill Payer
"I'm not shocked, crime happens!"
Next door-- T and A Car Care Center--
Where business went on as normal despite their neighborhoods being taken by thieves--
Roger Keol, T and A American Car Care

"There's some bold individuals in this world, there's some bold people..."
Police say they have security footage from inside the Gulf Power office--

The manager of the car shop says, their cameras were rolling to, catching
Catching some of the suspects on tape to help police in their investigation.

Roger Keol
We got good camera footage though, I think they'll catch em"
If you have any information on this case, you're asked to call Crime-Stoppers at 477-STOP