A post office in West Dorset has had its cash machine stolen after thieves drove a vehicle into the front of the building overnight.
It's not known how much money was inside the machine at Orchard Way post office in Mosterton – near Beaminster.
The raiders used a stolen green Mitsubishi Pajero, which was later found abandoned in Crewkerne.
The Beaminster Tunnel has now been closed for more than a year, after a landslide which killed a couple from Somerset.
Rosemary Snell and Michael Rolfe were driving home after an evening out on the 7th July when their car was crushed. Their bodies weren't found for ten days. Work has been taking place to stabilise the site but the road is likely to stay shut until the end of the month at least.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of committing fraud and money laundering offences in connection to a Helston-based charity.
A 62-year-old man from Helston, a 33-year-old man from Hayle and a 40-year-old man from Beaminster in Dorset were all arrested.
Three properties where the arrests took place have also been searched and items removed for analysis by detectives.
All three men have been bailed until December will police continue further police enquiries.
Police investigating the disappearance of an elderly woman from Dorset have found a body. Sara Taylor, 76, had been missing from her home in Beaminster since Thursday. Officers were called to Mapperton, near the town, yesterday evening to reports that a body had been found
Any fog patches disappearing this morning. Then it's a cold but fairly bright start to the day. A little more cloud developing in Cornwall.
A sign of things to come. Rain is likely in the Isles of Scilly and the far west of Cornwall by the end of the day.
It will be at least six months before the Beaminster Tunnel reopens in Dorset following a landslide in the summer. Traders in the town say they're worried about the long term impact on their business.
A new scheme has been proposed to encourage visitors to spend money in the town. Watch Duncan Sleightholme's report.
The Department for Transport has refused to fund the cost of repairing the Beaminster Tunnel in Dorset.
It was closed in July after heavy rain caused a landslide which killed two people.
The cost of the repair is estimated to be £2.1 million.
The Beaminster Tunnel (A3066) has been closed following structural damage caused during a landslip.
The A3066 is completely closed between B3163 Clay Lane and B3164. It may be shut for several days.