WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- D.C. police say someone cut into the wall of a building next door that was under construction to gain access to a room of the bank at 1420 Wisconsin Ave. in Georgetown on Friday morning.
Police responded to an alarm activation at approximately 2:08 a.m. and when they arrived the found the cut in the wall. They believe the target was the ATM, but no money was removed.
Police say surveillance video showed someone in a white Tyvek suit and a blue baseball hat.
D.C. police and FBI are processing the scene.
The FBI says this is the third D.C. bank break-in it is investigating. The two other break-ins happened on August 17, 2012 and May 24, 2011 at the Bank of America at 2631 Connecticut Ave.
If you have any information, then please call 202-278-2000 (FBI) or MPD's tipline at (202) 727-9099.