According to Calhoun police, burglars stole over $10,000 worth of cigarettes and an ATM machine during a break-in Friday morning at a local convenience store.
Reports said that video surveillance showed four suspects enter Calhoun Food and Tobacco on North Wall Street just before 1 a.m.
Two of the suspects grabbed the ATM machine valued at $3,000 and loaded it into the back of a Dodge truck while the other two tossed cigarettes into black trash bags.
After loading the ATM machine, the first two men went back into the store and helped the other two with the cigarettes.
The suspected are described as black males, wearing hoodies and face masks.
They left going toward Red Bud Road in a four-door Dodge pickup truck.