VIDEO: Robbers Use Telehandler to Grab Cash Machine

Vandals raise the term "Smash and Grab" to new heights with the aid of heavy equipment.

Fri July 24, 2015 - National Edition
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The heavy machinery was used to lift the cash point away from the wall and lowered into a getaway vehicle which had its roof cut off to make space for the loot.
The heavy machinery was used to lift the cash point away from the wall and lowered into a getaway vehicle which had its roof cut off to make space for the loot.

The Daily Mail is reporting that thieves used a JCB Telehandler to smash and grab a cash machine from a petrol station shop in Derbyshire, England.

The heavy machinery was used to lift the cash point away from the wall and lowered into a getaway vehicle which had its roof cut off to make space for the loot.

Crime scene investigators have been working in the shop, which has remained closed since the raid.

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