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Cops are looking for three money-hungry thieves who recently broke into a Ridgewood deli and walked out with an ATM full of cash.

According to police, at 5:15 a.m. on Aug. 27, three unknown men broke the lock on the rolling gate outside of Anthony’s Deli, located at 665 Onderdonk Ave. Once inside, the suspects took an ATM, valued at $3,600 on its own, that had $18,000 in U.S. currency inside.

The crooks then loaded the ATM into a dark-colored Ford Econoline van and fled the scene. Another vehicle, described as a white Dodge pickup truck, is also wanted in connection to the burglary.

Cops described the suspects as men wearing dark and gray hooded sweatshirts. The 104th Precinct tweeted out this wanted poster of the suspects and vehicles:

Anyone with information regarding the burglary should call the NYPD at 718-230-4403. All calls are kept confidential.

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