1:17 PM EST, November 26, 2012
What happened last Tuesday is still the talk of this small community.
"A lot of people stopped in to see what was going on," said employee Jane Elliott working the cash register.
Employees saw a pile of brick, glass and merchandise when they got to work Tuesday morning.
"It looks rough. Looks like they took the whole front out of it," one customer said of the damage.
A large section of the store gone, shelves pushed away, and the store's ATM stolen.
Investigators say thieves ran a truck in the store and took off with whatever cash was left in the machine.
For the most part, Gene's Orange Market in the Riverdale community is back to normal.
The shelves are now in rows and what merchandise wasn't broke is back in place.
Now a remodel can begin again.
"We were remodeling the kitchen to start with and it got delayed because of what happened out front," Elliott said.
Since last Tuesday construction workers have worked to put up a new window, put up a new wall, and install new doors.
Investigators with the Halifax County Sheriff's Office found the getaway truck shortly after the theft, but never found the ATM or robbers.
Monday investigators say they're working on leads, but aren't telling much else.
"We do not want another one. Do not need another ATM," Elliott said.
The store is beefing up it's security system and replacing cameras.
Customers are learning a lesson.
"I set up some game cameras around my house, you know. But no, it don't surprise me," customer Wallace McGregor said.
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