Surveillance photos showing man’s work shirt with name leads to arrest

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Surveillance photo show man's work shirt with his name

GASTON COUNTY, N.C. — Police in Gastonia and Kings Mountain said they had very little trouble finding a man they said broke into two ATMs and a drugstore.

According to WSOC, surveillance photos showed Tim Wiggins’ face clearly. Officers said they could also see his work shirt which had his name and company logo printed on it.

The images were from the Fifth Third bank in Kings Mountain.

Police said Wiggins used a crowbar to pry open the ATM on Wednesday morning then he broke into a nearby drugstore.

They also said Wiggins changed his plan to conceal his face before using a pickax to break into an ATM in west Gastonia.

Source: WSOC

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