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    Two burly burglars steal ATM from outside Brooklyn pizzeria

    A pair of muscled men swiped a standalone ATM from outside a Brooklyn pizzeria early Friday, police said.

    The two suspects were spotted dragging the cash machine from outside of Piz-zetta Pizzeria on Livingston St. near Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn around 3:30 a.m.

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    A witness peered out their window when they heard the heavy scraping noise and saw the men throwing the ATM into the back of a white van, polices said.

    The van sped off east on Livingston St. towards Smith St., and has not been caught.

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    Stealing ATMs is becoming a trend among the criminally ambitious, cops say.

    In June, two men were linked to three standalone ATM thefts in the Bronx, where cash machines were taken from a pizzeria, a laundromat and a hotel.

    It’s not clear if the two suspects in Friday’s robbery were connected to the earlier capers.

    Anyone with information is urged to call NYPD Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

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