A service station in Whittlesey has been destroyed after it was targeted by ram-raiders in the early hours of this morning.
Cambridgeshire police were called at 2.55am to reports of a group of men attempting to remove an ATM at Delph Service Station in West Delph.
A police spokesman said: “It is believed there were four men there, all wearing black clothing, who managed to get away with the ATM.
“It has been reported that there were a number of vehicles used, including two trucks, a forklift and a JCB. A red car, believed to be an Audi was seen to make off in the direction of Thorney/Dog in a Doublet.
“The building has been badly damaged, fire attended to close the station down as not safe.”
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