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Cash machine blown up by thieves in Northamptonshire

Officers are looking for witnesses and information following the aggravated burglary in Crick. Credit: Richard Thompson

A cash machine at a store in Crick has been blown up by thieves.

Officers were called to the Co-op in High Street around 2am on Wednesday 4 October.

Gas canisters were used to blow up the cashpoint outside the shop.

Crowbars were used to force entry into the store and steal the cash boxes from the ATM, before the offenders made off in a car.

Police say there were four offenders, wearing dark clothing and balaclavas, who were seen driving off in a white Audi hatchback towards Yelvertoft and West Haddon.

  • Anyone with information can contact Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, they can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Police 'extremely concerned' for missing man

Credit: Sussex Police.

Police searching for a missing man with links to Northamptonshire say they are 'extremely concerned' for his wellbeing.

34-year-old Sean Duffin has been missing from his Brighton home since Wednesday September 27th when he was last seen by his housemate at around 6.30pm.

He is described as white, 5' 11", of stocky build, bald and with two tattoos on his right arm and was last seen wearing a brown fleece and cargo style trousers.

If you have any information you can notify police by calling 101.




There is very slow traffic on the M1 Northbound between J15A A43 / A5123 (Northampton Services / Towcester) and J16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).

This is due to an earlier vehicle fire. Travel time is 30 minutes.

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Fears for the future of Northampton's historic market

Traders fear for the future because of proposed changes to the layout of Northampton's historic market. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Despite being a fixture in the town for hundreds of years there are fears about the future of Northampton's historic market.

Some stall holders say changes to the layout in the Market Square mean they will get less footfall and could be forced to shut up shop.

"This will be the finish of us, this will affect us so badly. The council do not know what they're doing, they have no idea whatsoever, no consultation whatsoever with traders.

"We might make it until Christmas, but we won't make it after that I don't think, so it'll be the end for us. Very sad, very angry."

– Anne Andreoli, Market trader

Northampton Borough Council is spending £30,000 on the project and says the works will improve the market and bring in more shoppers and traders.

Officials insist all traders were invited to have their say at a meeting.

  • Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Byrd
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