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Police have released CCTV images of a raid on a cash machine in Hadleigh.
Its after an ATM was raided in Hadleigh in the early hours of Wednesday 11 April 2012.
Police were called at around 3.35am to the High Street, where offenders had used a digger to remove the ATM from the wall of the Lloyds TSB Branch. The machine was discarded nearby with the cash cartridges removed.
The digger was believed to have been taken from a building site on Magdalen Road and driven into the High Street from the direction of the church. A small dark hatchback car was seen driving away after the theft towards the church.
Officers searched the area but the offenders were not located. Investigations continue and officers are re-appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious activity at around the time of the incident or has knowledge of the crime.
The Lloyds Banking Group are members of the British Bankers Reward Scheme (BBA) and as such may offer a reward of up to £25,000 to any member of the public who provides information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the offender(s) responsible for this offence.
Anyone with information about this theft should call West Suffolk CID on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.