18/12/2018

Substantial Amount Of Cash Stolen From East Belfast ATM

A sum of money has been stolen from an ATM at a commercial premises in east Belfast.

The theft, which occurred close to an off-licence on the Castlereagh Road, was reported to police shortly after 3.30am on Tuesday 18 December.

Those involved in stealing from the cash dispenser are believed to have left the scene and headed in the direction of Wayland Street.
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Police enquiries are ongoing and Detective Sergeant McPhillips has appealed for anyone with information, or who saw any suspicious activity in the area, to contact them on non-emergency number 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



(JG/CM)

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