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Santander cash machines 'compromised'

Police believe the cash machines have been Credit: PA

Police have warned the public not to use Santander cash machines in Lancashire and Cheshire over fears they have been "compromised".

The warning follows reports of suspicious devices on the bank's machines across the county last week.

Lancashire Police advised people to be "vigilant" of Santander cash machines, saying they did not know how many had been affected.

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