Police probe into attempted ATM break-in at Lincoln Waitrose

Lincolnshire Police are looking for witnesses after an attempted break-in at a supermarket ATMs in Lincoln.

Police attended the incident call-out at Waitrose on Searby Road in Lincoln at 7.38am on Monday, September 9.

It is thought that between 4pm on Sunday, September 8, and 7.30am this morning, offenders attempted to break into the ATM machine by making a hole in the wall around the side.

The attempted cash machines break-in at Waitrose Lincoln is believed to have happened between Sunday, September 8 and Monday, September 9.

The attempted cash machines break-in at Waitrose Lincoln is believed to have happened between Sunday, September 8 and Monday, September 9.

Officers are currently investigating but it is not believed cash was stolen.

Police are hoping anyone who saw any strange activity in the area this morning or last night will call on 101, quoting incident reference 45 of September 9.

Police are particularly interested in speaking to people who may have seen three men in dark hoodies, as they were spotted near the ATMs between 8pm and 10.30pm on September 8.

Officers also want to speak to anyone who used the ATM that evening.