Digger used in Caistor Co-op cash machine raid

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The digger left at the scene
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The cash machine was later found abandoned in a 4x4 vehicle

Thieves used a digger to smash through a shop wall and steal a cash machine.

They targeted the Co-op store on the High Street in Caistor, Lincolnshire, just after 01:30 BST.

The cash machine was removed from the wall using the telehandler digger and put into a 4x4 vehicle. The digger was left at the scene.

Police said the cash machine was found a short time later in an abandoned 4x4 on the A46. It is thought the thieves fled in another vehicle.

A cordon remains in place at the Co-op store.

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