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CAMBRIDGE, Ill. (AP) -- Two people wanted in connection with a series of A-T-M thefts in west-central Illinois have been arrested in Utah.
Deputies in Beaver County, Utah, arrested 37-year-old Timothy Lucas of Abingdon (Illinois) and 28-year-old Mary Saline of Galesburg at a campground over the weekend.
The Henry County (Illinois) sheriff's department had issued warrants for the pair in connection with a series of A-T-M thefts between October of 2003 and December of 2004.
Three dozen A-T-Ms were reported stolen from eight Illinois counties during that time.
Lucas and Saline are being held in a Utah jail pending a court appearance.
A third suspect -- 36-year-old Paul Miller -- was arrested in December and remains in the Henry County Jail.
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