30/04/2019

Two Arrested Over ATM Theft At Nutts Corner

Two people have been arrested following an ATM theft in County Antrim.

Police responded to a report of a digger being used to remove a cash machine from a filling station on the Tully Road in Nutts Corner at around 3.30am this morning, Tuesday 30 April.

Officers were deployed to the area and managed to recover the ATM and arrest two individuals.

Both people remain in custody at this time and are due to be questioned on suspicion of theft and a number of other offences.
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The incident is the latest in a series of robberies targeting ATMs across Northern Ireland.

The Tully Road remains closed and diversions are in place.



(JG/CM)

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