NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork) – Dozens of people are under arrest in New Jersey for a major, potentially multi-state ATM crime spree.

Police in Mercer County arrested 58 people from New York and New Jersey they said targeted Santander Banks.

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Investigators said the suspects used prepaid debit cards to steal more than $250,000 from ATMs.

The arrests come after the NYPD took people accused in a similar scam on Staten Island into custody.

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In one of those cases, witnesses said the suspects got into an argument and started shooting at each other.

In another, two police officers were hurt when their cruiser crashed into a tree while they responded to an ATM theft at a Santander Bank.

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