Police Say Man Broke Into RBC Center To Get To ATM
Posted February 16, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — Raleigh police are investigating an attempted break-in at the RBC Center early Wednesday morning.
Police say a man cut through a glass panel to get inside the building and planned to break into an automatic teller machine inside.
A security guard at the RBC Center noticed the disturbance and called police.
A man ran from police initially, but authorities set up a perimeter and later caught a suspect.
Raleigh police arrested Cameron Eugene Flint of Cary in the incident.
Police believe there might have been another man involved. A video tape of the scene shows a second man possibly acting as a lookout.
Flint is currently in the Wake County Jail on $3,000 secured bond. Flint's first court appearance will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Wake County Jail.