UPDATE 10/4/2013 5:20 PM
An update to a story we first brought you in late September.
Williamstown Police have a piece of video they'd like you to watch and see if you recognize the people responsible for breaking into seven pop machines.
It happened September 15th at Williamstown High School and Tomlinson Park.
Investigators want your help identifying a truck that was near the scene at the time of the crimes.
Two people were also caught on video at this machine.
In the video, you can see them breaking into it at Tomlinson Park at about 2:30 in the morning.
Officers say the suspects got the money out of the machines.
The Williamstown Police Department is asking if you can identify the car or the people in these videos to call them at 304-375-4935.
Williamstown Police needs your help in finding those responsible for breaking into seven soda machines.
The burglaries took place at Williamstown High School and Tomlinson Park.
Officers say that someone partially opened the soda machines and stole money from them.
Operators of the machines discovered the burglaries Thursday.
The police also discovered this morning seven cars unlocked and several items were stolen from them.
"I just don't get why they would break into the water machine. Every kid at Williamstown will probably go for the soda and the water would definitely have less change and the soda one you can even take the soda and sell it. I just don't get why break into the water one. I think it be weird," says Williamstown High School 8th Grader, Chris Shckelford.
The break-ins are still under investigation.
If you have any information, contact the Williamstown Police at 304-375-4935.
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