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#ATM Thieves

# atm-thieves - Tuesday 7 January, 2020

Man (20s) arrested in Monaghan over series of ATM thefts

The man has an address in Northern Ireland.

# atm-thieves - Thursday 11 April, 2019

'Be our eyes and ears': Appeal to public to report suspicious activity in wake of ATM thefts

Multiple ATMs have been stolen across the border in a matter of weeks.

# atm-thieves - Monday 8 April, 2019

'These are not victimless crimes': Justice Minister slams spate of ATM robberies

The most recent raid took place in Dungiven, Co Derry, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

# atm-thieves - Wednesday 3 April, 2019

Gardaí investigating after thieves use digger to steal ATM in Monaghan

The alarm was raised at 3am this morning.

# atm-thieves - Wednesday 21 August, 2013

Con artists net €30,000 in space of a week using new ATM scam

The thieves are trapping customers’ cards, distracting them, and then replacing the valid card with a stolen or cancelled one.

# atm-thieves - Monday 16 August, 2010

TWO FEMALE THIEVES in Paris distracted a man using an ATM machine by baring their breasts, the Telegraph reports.

The man had typed his PIN number into the machine when contronted by two women in their 20s who exposed themselves to him.

While he was preoccupied, one woman withdrew €300 from his account. The two women then fled the scene.

Police said that although the robbery had been captured on CCTV, the women could not be identified.

French authorities have advised ATM users to concentrate on what they are doing, and “not allow themselves to be distracted, however attractive the view.”