Images released of two men suspected of fitting skimming device to cash machine in Northamptonshire

Police are hunting two men who fitted a skimming device to a cash machine NNL-150402-164024001
Police are hunting two men who fitted a skimming device to a cash machine NNL-150402-164024001
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Two men who are believed to have attached a skimming device to a cash machine outside a bank in Northamptonshire are being hunted by police.

CCTV images have been released of the two men who fitted the device to the cash machine at Barclays Bank, College Street, Rushden, at 6am on Friday, January 30 and one of them returned to remove it at about 6.55am the same day.

During that time several people used the cash machine, including one person who is believed to have seen the offenders.

Both men were Asian, one wore a light coloured coat and dark trousers and had dark hair and a slight beard. The second man also wore a light coloured coat with lighter coloured trousers and also had dark coloured hair.

Police would like to speak to anyone who recognises either of the two men or may have witnessed this incident or have any information about it.

Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 111 555.