Sheriff's deputies continue an investigation into the vandalism of two ATMs at financial institutions in Mosheim.
The keys of the ATM keyboard were glued together at the First Tennessee Bank branch at 8152 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. between about 2 and 7 p.m. Thursday, Lt. Terry Rader said in a report.
Investigators will review a bank video.
The last recorded transaction at the machine was at 1:56 p.m. Thursday. A contractor for the bank repaired the ATM, the report said.
Replacing the keypad cost $1,650, the report said.
In another incident, glue was poured on the keyboard of an ATM machine at the Consumer Credit Union branch at 9175 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Rader said in another report.
The ATM was vandalized between 3 and 4:10 p.m. Thursday.
Bank video images show a man in a white Toyota Tacoma pickup truck drive by the ATM four times, "in which three times he stops at the ATM and twice he gets out of his truck," the report said.
The fourth time, the man parked the truck at the side of the building "and watches the ATM," the report said.
Damage to the ATM machine totals $5,000.