CHICAGO (CBS)– Hundreds of residents in the Lakeview neighborhood were jolted out of bed, by an explosion at a bank.

Silent surveillance video shows the bright flash from the explosion at the Fifth Third Bank near Belmont and Clark around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. The incident took place in the 3100 block of north Clark Street.

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Neighbor Patrick McCarron heard a huge boom and saw someone standing near one of the outdoor bank machines. That person took off before Chicago police arrived on the scene.

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Chicago’s bomb and arson squads responded.

There was damage to an ATM and the blast broke through cement around it.

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This is a developing story.