A gang who blew up cash machines across Surrey and the Thames Valley have been jailed for a total of more than 30 years.
The three men stole hundreds of thousands of pounds in a 10 month spree between July 2014 and April 2015.
They targeted machines in Cowley, Maidenhead and Lightwater along with others in and surrounding the Capital.
A montage of the offences. Video credit: Metropolitan Police
Banks and post offices were the primary target.
Jamie Duggan, 26 of Philip Road, Staines-Upon-Thames, Middlesex was sentenced to 12 years.
Anthony Rodwell, 27 of Lauren Gardens, Ashford, Middlesex was also sentenced to 12 years imprisonment.
Trevor Collins, 26 of Christophers Drive, Hayes, Middlesex was sentenced to nine years imprisonment.
All three men pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary.
To gain entry to the cash machines, the gang pumped gas and then ignited it with an electrical charge.
The police said it was "sheer luck" no one was killed.
The gang committed 27 offences in total, of which 19 failed.
Eight of the offences resulted in a total cash loss of approximately £356,330 with damage as a result of the explosions totalling £320,055.