Digger Rips ATM From Omagh Shop

Police in Omagh are appealing for information after an ATM was ripped from the wall of a local shop.

The theft happened at a business premises in the Killyclogher Road area of the town during the early hours of Friday 15 February.

Significant damage was caused to the wall.
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Detective Inspector Trevor Stevenson said: "We received a report around 4:10am that an ATM machine had been ripped from the wall of a filling station. A digger believed to have been used to remove the machine was found at the scene. Significant damage was caused to the wall."

Police have appealed for anyone who was in the area, or anyone who saw a vehicle towing a trailer prior to the incident to contact them on non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 159 of 15/02/19.


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