Police are investigating after a phone box-style cash machine was damaged in North Somerset and gas canisters left in the road beside it.
Officers were called to Rodney Road in Backwell early this morning, Tuesday 12 September, because of concerns about the gas cylinders. They inspected the ATM and discovered the damage.
A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Police say that the area was initially cordoned off.
The fire service was also called out but there was no fire or any evidence of an explosion.
There have been a number of cashpoint raids in the area in recent years where the machine has been blown up to get the cash.
In this case, police at the scene told ITV News West Country that they are not sure if anything has been taken. Their enquiries are continuing.