A gaping hole was left in the side of the building when an ATM was stolen during a ram raid at a Lincolnshire Co-op food store.
As previously reported, police were called to the Lincolnshire Co-op Foodstore on High Street in Scotter at 2.34am on Monday, April 8.
A video from the BBC shows the extent of the damage with a big hole in the side of the wall. There was also an area taped off while builders worked on site, placing a wooden board in part of the hole.
An ATM was stolen and it is believed a silver Ford Transit van and a tele handler were used.
This caused significant damage to the premises. A digger was left behind at the scene.
The van, with the ATM still inside, was found abandoned just over an hour later in Burringham. No-one has been arrested, police said.
We’ve disrupted offenders making off from a ram-raid ATM theft in Scotter this morning.
The stolen van used, was seized in Burringham with the cash machine still inside.
— Axholme Community (@HP_Axholme) April 8, 2019
Anyone with information or dashcam footage should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting incident 26 of April 8.