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UK News Three people arrested in ATM raid investigation

17:30  19 november  2019
17:30  19 november  2019 Source:   newsletter.co.uk

Cross-Border gang linked to ATM digger raid

  Cross-Border gang linked to ATM digger raid Gardaí investigating the theft of cash in an ATM raid believe a cross-Border gang may have been responsible and could have used two SUVs to make their escape. The amount of cash taken from the Bank of Ireland machine, which is on Main Street in Dunleer, Co Louth, has not been revealed but the bank said that the branch will reopen this morning. The external ATM of the branch was destroyed in the raid around 3.20am on Saturday when a digger, which was stolen from the Hackballscross area of Co Louth, was used to cut the ATM from the external wall. The digger was brought to Dunleer on a stolen flat-bed trailer.

Three men have been arrested after gardaí foiled an ATM theft on Main Street in Virginia, Co Cavan in the early hours of this morning. A third man in his 20s was arrested this afternoon at the hotel where the attempted robbery occurred. He fled the scene on foot last night.

Gardaí say significant breakthrough in ATM raids investigation . Updated / Wednesday, 14 Aug Three men have been arrested after gardaí foiled an ATM theft on Main Street in Virginia, Co He said the town had grown in size and the people needed the service of a station 24 hours a day.

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Thieves used a shovel/bulldozer type vehicle stolen from a nearby quarry in a failed bid to rip the cash machine from the wall of Carlisles' filling station in Ballynahinch, Co Down, at about 5.30am on Monday.

They struck the forecourt roof with the bucket of the vehicle as they tried to flee the scene.

It was one of a series of ATM raids on both sides over the border in recent days.

The suspects - aged 24, 25 and 26 - were arrested in the Saintfield area of Co Down on Tuesday on suspicion of burglary, criminal damage endangering life with intent and aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property.

Three men arrested over attempted theft of ATM machine in Co Down

  Three men arrested over attempted theft of ATM machine in Co Down Three men arrested over attempted theft of ATM machine in Co DownIt was reported at 5.28am yesterday that a bulldozer was being used in an attempt to rip an ATM from the wall of a petrol station on the Belfast Road.

Gardaí say €400,000 has been recovered in an investigation into ATM robberies in the northeast region. They said €300,000 was found last week during a search of a property near Moyalty in Co Meath. Three men were arrested , one of whom remains in garda custody.

The raids came after a multi-year investigation conducted by the NYPD and FBI into the rampant Security camera footage show the three suspects during a home break-in in which the intruders Dozens of gang members arrested in predawn Harlem raid . The raids came after a multi-year

PSNI Detective Inspector Handley said: "The attempted ATM theft in Ballynahinch yesterday caused serious damage to the petrol station, which will have a significant economic impact on the business. A vital community resource that allows people to access cash instantly has also been impacted.

"The incident also had a widespread impact on the public as the Belfast Road was closed until yesterday evening. I want to thank the community for their patience as we conducted our enquiries and worked to keep people safe.

"I would continue to appeal to anyone who see any suspicious activity to please report it. Time is of the essence in catching these criminals."

In the other ATM raids, a cash machine stolen at some point over the weekend from inside a health centre at Knockbracken Healthcare Park in Saintfield Road, close to Belfast.

On Saturday night, thieves tried but failed to steal a cash machine from Belfast City Hospital.

Police in South Armagh are also investigating the theft of a Massey Ferguson tractor and low loader that were subsequently used in an attack on an ATM machine across the border at Dunleer in Co Louth.

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