Employees of Huffman Security, of Arnold, Mo., push and pull on a Porta-Vault as they moved bank vaults, cabinets, safe-deposit boxes and more Saturday from the old site of Bank of Belleville to their new location at 215 South Illinois Street. This heavy metal security vault weighs about 3,500 pounds, and took five men (one is behind it and not shown) to move it into position. Belleville police officers were helping guard both the old and new banks, and accompanied each of the Huffman moving trucks on the road.
Employees of Huffman Security, of Arnold, Mo., push and pull on a Porta-Vault as they moved bank vaults, cabinets, safe-deposit boxes and more Saturday from the old site of Bank of Belleville to their new location at 215 South Illinois Street. This heavy metal security vault weighs about 3,500 pounds, and took five men (one is behind it and not shown) to move it into position. Belleville police officers were helping guard both the old and new banks, and accompanied each of the Huffman moving trucks on the road. Tim Vizer News-Democrat
Employees of Huffman Security, of Arnold, Mo., push and pull on a Porta-Vault as they moved bank vaults, cabinets, safe-deposit boxes and more Saturday from the old site of Bank of Belleville to their new location at 215 South Illinois Street. This heavy metal security vault weighs about 3,500 pounds, and took five men (one is behind it and not shown) to move it into position. Belleville police officers were helping guard both the old and new banks, and accompanied each of the Huffman moving trucks on the road. Tim Vizer News-Democrat

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