Police investigating theft of two ATMs in Antrim

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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