Six accused over 'ATM explosion plot' across England

Person withdrawing cash from an ATM (generic) Six men will appear before magistrates accused of their role in an ATM explosion plot

Six men have been charged with conspiracy to cause explosions during cash machine raids across England.

The charges relate to incidents involving ATMs across the north west, Midlands, Leicestershire and Oxfordshire, Merseyside Police said.

All six defendants, aged 27 to 39, will appear before Liverpool Magistrates' Court on Thursday.

They are accused of conspiracy to cause explosions and conspiracy to burgle, between January and December this year.

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