A gang of five men who made more than £1,000,000 from attacking cash machines in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and across the country, have been jailed.
It's believed the group caused more than £200,000 worth of damage after they targeted ATMs between June 2017 and September 2018.
The men used specialist cutting equipment, stolen from fire stations, to force entry into stores and attack the cash machines.
One incident was committed in Bedfordshire in August last year when the gang targeted an ATM at a supermarket in Clapham.
The men received sentences ranging from more than 4 years to 7 and a half.