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Burglary at a Bank, Greystones, Co. Wicklow on the 25/11/16

The Gardaí at Greystones Garda Station are investigating a burglary that occurred at a bank on Church Road in the early hours of Friday 25th November 2016.

Four men were captured by CCTV cameras driving around the town prior to the Burglary in a grey coloured Audi A6 Estate car. They arrive at the bank and reverse onto the pavement directly outside the door. The driver remains at the wheel, while the other three, set to work on gaining access to the bank’s ATM machine. They are disturbed by a passing motorist and at this point hide themselves out of view and the equipment, (No description of motorist or car). They then continue to use the equipment to causes an explosion and damage to the machine.

They then access the bank and the rear of the machine, where they take cash that they place in bags. One of the bags appeared to be yellow. They flee the bank leaving behind a crow bar and maul. The make their getaway in the direction of the N11.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone in the Greystones area between 4am and 4.30am to come forward.

• Gardaí are appealing to any passengers either boarding or already on the Air Coach that departed from opposite the bank at 4.15am • Gardaí are appealing to the motorist that drove by the bank at shortly after 4.20am

• Gardaí are interested in any sightings of the Audi A6 estate, dark grey, (gun barrel grey), possibly 2011/2012 model. Unusual alloy wheels, silver roof rails (distinctive) and a sunroof.

• Two cars we seen travelling in convoy with the Audi as it left the scene, one of which has yet to be identified. Described as a small silver hatchback, with red writing on the side

• Gardaí want to speak to anyone who has information or knows the identity of the suspects to come forward.

Gardai at Bray Garda Station are investigating - telephone 01 666 5300