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

17:28  19 november  2019
17:28  19 november  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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Four men have been arrested following an attempted theft from a cash machine at a service station in Belfast. The attempted robbery took place in the Gilnahirk Road area early on Friday morning. So far this year, there have been 14 thefts and three attempted thefts of cash machines in Northern

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It 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. 

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 the roof of the forecourt. 

Three men – aged 24, 25 and 26 – have now been 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. 

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Six people have been arrested by police investigating the theft of several thousand pounds from an ATM in Co Fermanagh. The incident is believed to have taken place between 1.30am and 5.30am this morning. A woman and five men , aged between 22 and 51, were later arrested in the Crossgar

“The three men were taken for questioning… which is part of our investigations‚” police spokeswoman Captain Namhla Mdleleni said on Thursday afternoon. According to police‚ the machine ‚ owned by Cash Paymaster Services‚ is used by the South African Social Security Agency to pay out grants.

a building that has a sign on the side of a road: A recovery crane removing the forecourt roof onto the road following a raid at Carlisle's filling station on Belfast Road Ballynahinch © David Young via PA Images A recovery crane removing the forecourt roof onto the road following a raid at Carlisle's filling station on Belfast Road Ballynahinch They remain in custody at present and are assisting the PSNI with their enquiries. 

Detective Inspector Handley has said the attempted ATM theft caused serious damage to the petrol station, “which will have significant economic impact on the business”. 

“A vital community resource that allows people to access cash instantly has also been impacted,” Handley said. 

“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,” he said. 

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ATM theft , it appears, is this recession’s hottest crime. There were more than 100 instances of teller machine robberies in Texas alone in 2010. Just to lift the machines can require as many as four men . ATM heists are fairly messy and labor intensive. They typically happen at convenience stores

Gardaí investigate attempted ATM theft in Co Louth. ATM theft suspects caught, more cash recovered after The theft of three cash machines in the space of two days may be linked , police believe . Police in Northern Ireland have arrested four men and foiled an ATM theft in Belfast .

The PSNI is appealing to anyone who sees any suspicious activity to report it. 

Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call detectives on 101, quoting reference number 181 of 18/11/19. 

Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously to UK Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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