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ATM stolen from Fyshwick service station dragged down Barrier Street by thieves

ACT Policing are seeking witnesses to an aggravated burglary in Fyshwick early Thursday morning, which involved dragging an ATM machine down a road.

At about 1.15am, two males in a stolen white Ford Ranger ute broke into the Metro Service Station on Barrier Street and ripped the ATM off the wall using a strap attached to a stolen white Ford Ranger ute.

 

WITNESSES SOUGHT TO AGGRAVATED BURGLARYACT Policing are seeking witnesses to an aggravated burglary in Fyshwick in the early hours of this morning (Thursday 14 January 2016). About 1.15am, two males in a stolen white Ford Ranger ute, bearing NSW registration plates BJ54PE entered the Metro Service Station on Barrier Street in Fyshwick.Once inside, the two males have removed the ATM using a strap attached to the vehicle and then proceeded to drag the ATM down Barrier Street.The first offender is described as having a thin build, wearing a black long sleeved Adidas hooded jumper, black track suit pants and black shoes with gloves and white material over his face.The second offender is described as having a thin build, wearing a dark grey long sleeved hooded jumper, camouflage pants and fluorescent yellow sneakers with grey gloves and white material over his face.Police urge anyone who may have seen the two men in Barrier Street last night or the stolen vehicle to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via act.crimestoppers.com.au. Please quote reference 5905745. Information can be provided anonymously. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Posted by ACT Policing on Wednesday, January 13, 2016

They then drove off with the machine still tied to the car, with the number plate BJ54PE.

Police say they "proceeded to drag the ATM down Barrier Street".

The first man is described as having a thin build, wearing a black long sleeved Adidas hooded jumper, black track suit pants and black shoes with gloves.

The second thief is described as having a thin build, wearing a dark grey long sleeved hooded jumper, camouflage pants and fluorescent yellow sneakers with grey gloves.

White material covered both of their faces.

Police urge anyone who may have seen the two men or the stolen car to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference 5910290. Information can be provided anonymously. 

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