Cryptocurrency thief demonstrated that theft can be a very simple action, when broke into the famous California bakery and stole cryptocurrency ATM.
The crime scene was the Belwood Bakery located in Brentwood Village, Los Angeles. Over the last months the bakery has repeatedly attacked.
According to CBS News, brazen thief stole a cryptocurrency ATM machine, which was placed inside the Belwood bakery. On the recording surveillance camera, which revealed the news, was seen as the man in the mask breaks the glass door of a bakery with a sledgehammer like Thor of the famous Hollywood blockbuster, looking for cash for his next fix.
The crook made a beeline for a cryptocurrency ATM machine hanging on the wall. After the cryptocurrency ATM fell on the floor, the thief tried to open it a few more blows of the hammer, but it came to no avail. In the end, the robber just took cryptomath and fled in an unknown direction.
Shop owners told reporters CBS News that it was already the third attack in recent weeks. CBS showed two videos, dated 18 November and 21 December: in both cases, to the bakery penetrated several criminals who were left empty-handed. It is unknown whether these episodes are related, but all who watched the recording surveillance cameras, agree that criminals are amateurs. They could not know that cryptomath, unlike traditional ATM, doesn't contain physical money. All you can do with it is sell it to some collector or to disguise a machine with the hot dogs for fun.
Belwood bakery has been in operation since 1994, and its confectionery products and the friendly staff is known not only in Los Angeles but also beyond. One of the owners, Derek Tran, told CBS that he didn’t know if the cryptocurrency ATM machine had any money in it or not. He also added that such small businesses like a bakery, it is difficult to survive in the market given the regular attempts of robbery.