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UK News Ballynahinch ATM theft investigation sees man charged with attempted theft

13:11  20 november  2019
13:11  20 november  2019 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

Ballynahinch attempted ATM theft leads to arrest of three men

  Ballynahinch attempted ATM theft leads to arrest of three men Substantial damage was caused to the petrol station during the foiled bid to steal the ATM which resulted in the roof of the forecourt collapsing. Detective Inspector Handley said: "We have arrested three men aged 24, 25 and 26-years old. All three men were arrested in the Saintfield area on suspicion of burglary (non dwelling), criminal damage endangering life with intent and aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property. "They all remain in custody at this time assisting us with our enquiries." D.

Police in County Down are dealing with an attempted cash machine theft at a petrol station. The incident happened on the Belfast Road in Ballynahinch . Translink has said that bus services have been diverted, with no stops served between Ballynahinch library and Temple.

“ ATM theft and attempted theft is not a victimless crime and these attacks cause untold loss and disruption to people and businesses, many of whom depend on their local ATM provision for access to cash. "I want to take this opportunity to urge people to continue to be vigilant, and report any

a train is parked on the side of a road: The scene at the petrol station on Belfast Road Ballynahinch © Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk The scene at the petrol station on Belfast Road Ballynahinch

A 26-year-old has been charged with attempted theft of an ATM machine in Ballynahinch on Monday.

Police arrested three suspects, aged 24, 25 and 26, in the Saintfield area following the incident

Substantial damage was caused to the petrol station during the failed bid to steal the ATM, which caused the forecourt roof to collapse.

A PSNI spokesperson said this morning: "Detectives investigating the attempted theft of an ATM machine in Ballynahinch have charged a man, aged 26, to appear before Newtownards Magistrates Court this morning (Wednesday 20th November).

Witness appeal into attempted theft and theft of ATM machines - PSNI believe attacks in Ballynahinch and Belfast 'could be linked'

  Witness appeal into attempted theft and theft of ATM machines - PSNI believe attacks in Ballynahinch and Belfast 'could be linked' Detectives investigating the theft of an ATM machine in Belfast and the attempted theft of an ATM machine in Ballynahinch are appealing for witnesses and information.READ: Attempted ATM theft at petrol station closes busy NI road

Gardaí investigating the attempted theft of an ATM in Cavan last week have arrested three more people. A significant amount of cash was also Those involved in the attempted theft were reported to have fled the scene, empty handed, but having caused substantial damage to the premises, and to

Detectives investigating the theft of an ATM machine in Belfast and the attempted theft of an ATM machine in Ballynahinch are appealing for witnesses and information. Detective Inspector Richard Thornton said: "Our investigations into both of these incidents are at a very early stage, and it is

"The man has been charged with burglary (non dwelling), criminal damage endangering life with intent, aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property and theft.

"As is normal procedure, the charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

"A 25-year-old man arrested on suspicion of offences as part of the investigation remains in custody assisting police with enquiries, while a 24-year-old man has been released on bail pending further enquiries."

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