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Byron Bay detectives are appealing for assistance from the public following the theft of an ATM in Brunswick Heads earlier this month.

Between the hours of 9.30pm (Friday March 3) and 8.30am (Saturday March 4), an ATM was stolen from inside a pizza shop on Booyun Street, Brunswick Heads.

The ATM is described as a Triton – RL5000 model that contained a substantial amount of cash.

Police say that this theft may be linked to a similar offence that occurred at a Cafe in Lennox Head on February 8, where an ATM was also stolen.

Anyone with information about these thefts should contact their local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 


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