03/05/2019

Third Person Charged Over Nutts Corner ATM Raid

Detectives investigating the theft of an ATM at Nutts Corner earlier this week have charged a third man.

Police foiled the raid on Tuesday 30 April, arresting two individuals and recovering the stolen cash machine. It was the fifteenth to be ripped from the wall of a business in Northern Ireland this year.
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A 23-year-old man has been charged with theft, arson and criminal damage in relation to Tuesday's incident.

He will appear in Belfast Magistrates Court today, Friday 03 May.



(JG/CM)

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