VIDOR, Texas — Several law enforcement agencies spent the evening looking for four suspects in Vidor after an ATM burglary Tuesday morning.
The search has since been called off according to a Facebook post from Vidor Police Department. Police think the suspects were picked up by another vehicle and aren't in the Vidor area anymore.
Beaumont Police, Houston Police and Vidor Police were in the area of the 1800 block of North Tram Road searching for four suspects that may have been on their way to Houston. Officials originally told 12News the ATM burlgary took place in Georgia. On Wednesday, police told 12News it actually happened in Alabama.
Beaumont Police Department spokesperson Haley Morrow said the four are not believed to have violent tendencies.
She said the suspects have a history of committing crimes and Houston Police reached out to Beaumont area law enforcement for help in catching the suspects as they made their way back to Houston.
The suspects 'bailed out' once they got to Vidor, and police set up a perimeter in a wooded area to search for the four men according to Morrow.
As always, people in the area are encouraged to be vigilant and report any relevant information to police.
Officials issued a shelter-in-place earlier in the evening for area residents.
Editor's Note: Officials originally told 12News the ATM burlgary took place in Georgia. On Wednesday, police told 12News it actually happened in Alabama.
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