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Two arrested after cash machine raids in Market Deeping, Kirton, Whetstone and Humberside




Co-operative store at Market Deeping the cash machine was ripped out of the wall by thieves. EMN-140110-162444009
Co-operative store at Market Deeping the cash machine was ripped out of the wall by thieves. EMN-140110-162444009

Two men have been arrested in connection with a series of raids on cash machines, including one in Market Deeping.

The men, aged 40 and 30, are currently in Leicestershire Police custody waiting to be questioned.

They were arrested in connection with four raids in which a digger was used, including one at the Co-operative store in Market Deeping at about 3.30am on October 1.

The others took place 16 in Wheststone, Leicestershire; in Kirton, Lincolnshire; and in Humberside.

The 40-year-old man has also been arrested on suspicion of two burglaries in Loughborough and Belgrave and the theft of a car from Derby.



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