Thieves used a heavy-duty industrial forklift to rip an ATM out of a supermarket wall before scarpering in East Yorkshire.
The shocking crime, which left considerable damage to the front of the Co-op, happened in the early hours of Friday morning.
Pictures show a cordoned-off section of the pavement littered with rubble from the damaged shop.
Humberside Police were called to the scene at 1.45am after it was reported that a number of vehicles, including a digger, had been used to rip the machine from the wall outside the Co-op store in Pocklington.
This is the latest in a series of ATM thefts around Yorkshire, with thieves often using stolen diggers, telehandlers or JCBs to break them from the walls of buildings including banks and shops.
The most recent incident happened in the village of Heslington, North Yorkshire, in October, when thieves left a trail of glass and debris outside the post office after stealing a cash machine.