Police have warned cashpoint users to be vigilant after a camera device was seized from a machine in Devon.
Engineers found the device at a machine outside the Co-op at Glenn Lynn Service Station in Bovey Tracey on 7 April.
Police think the device for reading users' PIN numbers may have been installed during the early hours.
It is not thought that any personal data was obtained from the cashpoint which was left unusable after the device was fitted.
Officers have reminded people using cashpoint machines to cover the PIN pad with their hands.