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Stolen cash machine recovered in County Tyrone

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A cash machine has been recovered by a member of the public near Mountfield, County Tyrone.

Police said they received a report on Monday at about 18.20 BST that a machine had been found on Barony Road.

Ten cash machines have been stolen in Northern Ireland this year and two in the Republic of Ireland.

"We are working with our colleagues in the banking industry to establish where the machine was taken from," said a police spokesperson.

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The machines were ripped from the wall by a digger, which was then set alight.

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image captionTwo cash machines were stolen in Crumlin, County Antrim

Six days earlier, an excavator was used to steal a machine in Ahoghill, County Antrim.

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image captionExtensive damage was caused in Bushmills

There have also been thefts in Kingscourt and Castleblayney in the Republic of Ireland, as well as a number of other locations in Northern Ireland.

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