TEXARKANA, Ark (KTAL/KMSS)- Two suspects were arrested Friday morning after allegedly driving a stolen vehicle to break into an ATM at Red River Credit Union at 2345 Trinity Blvd.

According to Texarkana Arkansas Police Department, the call came in at 4:52 a.m.

TAPD Officer Bryan arrived to see a truck chained to the ATM and two males “hammering and prying” on the ATM machine, both men were wearing hoodies and ran into the Woodline neighborhood upon the officer’s arrival.

TAPD says Officer Bryan chased and captured the suspects inside of a backyard shed at a residence on Ramblewood St. According to the release the suspects left the shed door opened and was found embracing one another. While searching one of two yards they were penned down in, Officer Bryan and Officer Robert Derrick located dropped clothing, a mask, and a glove.

According to TAPD, while walking the two suspects back to the patrol unit, Officer Bryan located several $50 dollar bills on the ground along the path the suspects fled. Several thousand more dollars were found in their clothing.

Officers say they recovered all money and the stolen vehicle from Forest Bend used by the suspects.

According to TAPD, 20-year-old Treveyon Dargin and a juvenile are of Houston, Texas and believed to be a part of a larger criminal organization that ties back to their home city. TAPD says the method in which the crime was committed leads investigators to believe that these men are at least part of the same criminal organization that burglarized other local ATM machines this year.

Other State and Federal law enforcement officers have been made aware of our local arrests and a large scale investigation is ongoing.

Both suspects were charged with theft of property over $25,000, 2 counts of theft of property over $5,000 (stolen trucks), criminal attempt theft of property Over $5,000, criminal , mischief 1st degree, and engaging in a continuing criminal gang, organization, or enterprise, all charges are varying degree felonies.

The juvenile arrested in the case will be certified as an adult and charged accordingly, until that time his identity cannot be released.