Man arrested and ATM recovered after Bessbrook theft

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Friday, November 6th, 2015
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A man in his 20s has been arrested by police in the Republic of Ireland following an ATM theft on the Camlough Road in Newry.
There was significant damage caused to the popular filling station. Photo: PAK Aerial Media

There was significant damage caused to the popular filling station. Photo: PAK Aerial Media

The theft occured early this morning, Friday 6th November, and it is believed that heavy machinery was stolen from a building site on the Camlough Road at around 3.30am this morning and subsequently used to remove an ATM machine from the wall of the filling station. The man was arrested in County Monaghan after Gardai carried out searches, where they found three males in a white van. The men are believed to have fled but police apprehended one of them men shortly afterwards and an ATM was found inside the van. Forensics are currently examining the van. More on this story: Anger after ‘thugs’ rip ATM machine from wall of Bessbrook filling station  

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