Police investigating theft of two ATMs in Antrim

Police in the North are investigating the theft of two ATM machines in County Antrim.

It happened at a shop in a retail park at the Ballymena Road, Antrim Town in the early hours of this morning.

Two cash boxes were taken during the incident.

Detectives believe a white Mitsubishi L200, stolen in Ballyclare last night, was involved.

The structure holding the ATMs was damaged.

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