26/03/2014

Cash Machine Stolen From Co Tyrone Filling Station

Police have reported the overnight theft of a cash machine from a petrol station in the village of Donaghmore, Co Tyrone.

According to police it is thought that a digger may have been used in the robbery from the Emo station on Pomeroy Road.

The digger and other equipment was found nearby shortly after the robbery was reported.

Police have appealed for any witnesses or anyone with any information to contact them.

(MH)

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