Cash machine stolen from Soham Londis store in early-hours ram-raid

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The theft of a cash machine that was ripped from a convenience shop is being linked to two similar ram raids.

The latest theft happened just after 2am on Wednesday, said Cambridgeshire Police, when an ATM was ripped from the front of the Londis on Hall Street, Soham,

A member of the public called the police and reported a group of people were targeting the store with a JCB teleporter.

The offenders drove off with the cash machine on a flatbed van, which has since been recovered.

A JCB teleporter was left abandoned at the scene. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police officers remain on the scene at the shop while investigations continue.

A spokesperson confirmed the theft is being linked to two other ram-raids which happened last month.

On 13 October, a telehandler was used to rip out an ATM from a corner shop in Bassingbourn.

Then two weeks later, a cash point was stolen from a Nationwide in a similar ram-raid in Whittlesey.

Anyone with information should contact police, quoting reference 35/85145/23.

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