Thieves use forklift truck to smash wall of Northamptonshire Co-op and steal cash machine

A Co-op store in Northamptonshire has been left severely damaged after thieves used a forklift truck to smash a wall and steal a cash machine.

Saturday, 23rd July 2016, 10:44 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 8:39 pm
Thieves used a digger to smash into a Co-op in Wollaston and steal a cash machine. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop

The supermarket, in Wollaston, was targeted in the early hours of the morning and the thieves used a large 4x4 vehicle that has been left at the scene.

Sergeant Darron Bishop, who covers the Wellingborough area, tweeted pictures of the “carnage” left by the raid.

Sgt Bishop tweeted: “ATM theft at #Wollaston Co-Op. Offenders used 4x4 forklift to rip ATM from wall.”

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Thieves used a digger to smash into a Co-op in Wollaston. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop

Anyone with information about the theft can contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

A 4x4 vehicle was used to samsh the wall of the Co-op and left at the scene. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop
Thieves used a digger to smash into a Co-op in Wollaston. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop
Thieves used a digger to smash into a Co-op in Wollaston. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop
A 4x4 vehicle was used to samsh the wall of the Co-op and left at the scene. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop
Thieves used a digger to smash into a Co-op in Wollaston. Pic by Sgt Darron Bishop