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ATM stolen from Loughborough station


At about 02.20 on Friday 1 October 2021, the ATM cash machine at Loughborough station in Leicestershire was taken from its location and dragged along Nottingham Road.

Police believe that the machine was dragged downthe road as it would not fit in a nearby Ford Transit van connected to the incident. It’s also believed a dark coloured – grey or black – BMW 1 series is connected to the theft.

Police were called but the suspects had left the scene before their arrival. Officers are asking the public for their help.

DS Jenny Tattersall, Leicestershire Police.

British Transport Police is leading the investigation, working alongside colleagues from the Leicestershire Police Complex Investigation Team. DS Jenny Tattersall from Leicestershire Police said: “We’d like to hear from anyone who saw the ATM being dragged down the street in the middle of the night. Debris on the road shows it was taken from the train station towards Cotes.

“It’s also likely that there are discarded bits of ATM machine and cash cassettes in the area – if anyone finds any, please contact police. It will all assist with our investigation.

“Also, anyone who sees an abandoned white Transit van with a missing number plate – this might be connected. Please call us.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting incident 40 of 1 October.


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