KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police on both sides of the state line in the Kansas City metropolitan area believe they're getting close to shutting down a group behind more than a dozen thefts from automatic teller machines since November.
KMBC-TV reports that some arrests have been made. But officers in a Missouri-Kansas task force are seeking at least one more person who might be a big piece of the puzzle.
Kansas City police Sgt. Bryan Jones says investigators are looking for George S. Schrand Jr. to get his side of the story on the ATM thefts.
Police say the Kansas City man also has outstanding arrest warrants in Missouri's Clay County on assault and felonious restraining charges. He's also being sought for a parole violation.