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IrelandThree men charged in relation to recent ATM thefts following foiled Belfast robbery

01:10  19 may  2019
01:10  19 may  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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Police in Northern Ireland have arrested four men and foiled an ATM theft in Belfast . In recent weeks, there have been 41 searches across Northern Ireland, 15 people arrested and five men Two others have been charged with other offences. The PSNI and gardaí believe at least three different

FOUR men have been arrested over an attempted ATM theft - as “We believe these individuals are members of a gang linked to recent ATM attacks in the greater Belfast As a result of these arrests, detectives have now charged five men in relation to ATM thefts in Fintona, Antrim and Tully Road

Three men charged in relation to recent ATM thefts following foiled Belfast robbery © Rollingnews.ie

THREE MEN IN Northern Ireland have been charged in connection with the attempted theft of an ATM in Belfast yesterday.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) arrested four men after foiling the attempted theft in the early hours of Friday morning.

It is understood the men were trying to break into a garage in the Gilnahirk Road area of east Belfast to remove the ATM inside.

This afternoon, detectives with the PSNI investigating the recent spate of thefts in the region charged three men aged 33, 37 and 41 in connection with the burglary yesterday.

The men were also charged with a burglary at an ATM bunker in the Hartford Link area of Newtownards in Co Down on 30 March.

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Two men have appeared in court charged in relation to the thefts of three ATM machines. Mr Smyth, of Ballyutoag Road in Crumlin, is charged in connection to the theft of two cash machines at The Junction shopping complex in Antrim in February.

Two other men have been charged in relation to a spate of ATM thefts in Northern Ireland. The second man , aged 31, has been charged with four counts of theft , three counts of arson, criminal damage and stealing a vehicle, relating to the robbery of an ATM at Junction 1 Retail Park in Antrim

All three have been charged with burglary with intent to steal and are due to appear before Belfast Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

A fourth man, aged 30, who was also arrested in connection with the incident yesterday has been released on bail pending further enquiries.

The 41-year-old man who was arrested has also been charged with three other counts of burglary with intent to steal in relation to incidents in the Ravenhill Road area of Belfast on 18 January, Co Down on 27 January and in Belfast on 23 February.

Comments have been closed as the matter is before the courts.

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