Cash machine attacked in north Derbyshire

A cash machine was attacked today
A cash machine was attacked today
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A police probe is underway into an attack on a cash machine in north Derbyshire.

A passer-by called the police after spotting smoke coming from the machine at the Co-op service station, Chesterfield Road, Duckmanton, at 4.24am today.

When officers arrived they discovered that there had been a failed bid to steal cash from the machine.

Detective Inspector Justin Redman said: “Our investigation is at an early stage and we’d like to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area between about 3am and 4.30am today.”

Call Derbyshire Police on 101.

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