DASHCAM FOOTAGE COULD BE VITAL IN BALLYBAY ATM THEFT INVESTIGATION – GARDAÍ

21 December 2018 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Peter Hughes

Footage from motorists’ dashcams could provide important information in the investigation of the theft by a criminal gang of the ATM machine from the Ballybay Bank of Ireland branch in the early hours of Sunday morning last, the Gardaí have stated.

Speaking to the Northern Standard on Tuesday, Superintendent Fergus Treanor of Carrickmacross Garda Station appealed to motorists who may have been travelling in the area of Ballybay around the time of the incident, which is believed to have taken place around 3 am, and had their dashcams switched on to check the footage and bring anything of relevance to the attention of the Gardaí.

Bank of Ireland have announced that their Ballybay branch will remain open this Saturday and Sunday to facilitate the local community, and they will endeavour to replace the external ATM facility as soon as possible. In a statement to the Northern Standard, the bank said: “As we approach the busy Christmas trading period, and to facilitate our personal and…

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