Detroit gets its first car vending machine -- Here’s how it works
DETROIT – Buying a used car normally gets pretty tedious. READ: A look at why used car sales are up despite COVID-19You go to a dealership, take a test drive and haggle before getting the keys. Detroit just got its first car vending machine and it’s a very different experience. Tim Pamplin takes a look at the vending machine in the video above
Man breaks into vending machine at I-275 rest area in Monroe County, police say
ASH TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A man waited for the entire I-275 rest stop in Monroe County to empty out before breaking into the vending machine and stealing all the money inside, police said. Michigan State Police troopers were called around 3:30 p.m. Jan. 26 to the rest stop in Ash Township. They found the vending machine had been broken into and damaged. Police said the man sat at the rest stop and waited for it to be unoccupied before breaking into the machine. Anyone who recognizes the man or has any information about the case is asked to call Michigan State Police at 734-242-3500.