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ATM vandalized in Lee Kildow Hall


ATM vandalized in Lee Kildow Hall

The Higher One ATM in Lee Kildow Hall was vandalized and is currently out of service.

The vault in the ATM does not appear to have been breached, but the full extent of the damage will not be determined until repairs can take place.

Students needing to access their financial aid funds will have to use off-campus machines.

Higher One will refund any ATM surcharges up to five dollars per person, per day until the machine has been fixed, as long as a copy of the receipt and an “EasyHelp” incident form are provided.

According to Ron Dorn, NIC vice president for resource management, police suspect the machine was vandalized some time on Saturday.

A campus security officer discovered the crime shortly before 7 a.m. on Monday morning.

The security camera in the hall directed toward the machine was not working at the time of the vandalism, and officials are waiting to hear from Higher One representatives if the ATM’s built in camera captured the crime.

Police have no suspects at this time.


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Christina Villagomez is the current Managing Editor and former News Editor at the Sentinel. Described by a previous employer as being a jack-of-all-trades-writer and a bit of a spark-plug, Christina enjoys writing hard news stories when she's not attending board of trustee meetings in her spare time. Christina was previously a staff writer at the Panhandle Sun, and is the three-time winner of the Most Cheerful Award at her old elementary school as well as several Idaho Press Club Awards and a Region Ten Mark of Excellence Award from The Society of Professional Journalists for her news writing.

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