CCTV: Stolen Bobcat Used In Very Slow ATM Theft

Police are on the hunt for audacious thieves who used a bobcat to steal an ATM in southern NSW.

At about 4.30 am on February 25, police were called to a shopping centre in Moama after reports of a bobcat smashing through the centre's doors.

CCTV vision shows the bobcat ramming through the glass doors and crashing into one ATM machine causing it to break apart.

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As the bobcat tries to pick up the machine, it damages a second ATM beside it.

The stolen machine is then driven out of the centre, where a white ute is seen on another camera waiting outside.

The bobcat, which police believe to also be stolen, was abandoned outside the shopping centre.

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Police established a crime scene and located a crowbar and a White Mitsubishi Triton ute believed to be relevant to the investigation.

The items are currently undergoing forensic examination as part of Strike Force Burrandoot, a joint operation by State Crime Command’s Robbery and Serious Crime Squad and Murray River Police District.

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A property in the town of Deniliquin, on the NSW and Victoria border, was raided by police on Tuesday morning in relation to the theft.