Robbers have blown up a cash point at a petrol station in Hampshire and stolen an unspecified amount of cash.
Police were called at 3.52am on 31st March 2012 by someone living nearby who reported hearing a loud bang.
A fire at the garage was quickly put out by the first officer on the scene.
A number of gas cylinders were found abandoned. Roads around the Texaco petrol station on Amesbury Road in Weyhill near Andover were closed temporarily as a precaution. They have now been re-opened.
Police said when they arrived, it appeared a cash point had been blown open and money from inside stolen.
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