Huntingdonshire man arrested in investigation into ATM ram-raids

09:40 17 December 2012

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A HUNTINGDONSHIRE man has been arrested in connection with a series of ATM ram-raids.

He was arrested on Friday (December 14) on suspicion of conspiracy to steal. He has been bailed until January 30.

Three others, Richard Clues, 59, of Risby, Bretton, Ebby Hall, 44, of White Post Road South, Eye, and Kevin Smith, 28, of Claylake Caravan Site, Spalding, have been charged with conspiracy to steal.

The three men appeared at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court on Saturday and are due to return again tomorrow (Tuesday).

They were arrested on Thursday as part of Operation Felix - an investigation into 20 ATM thefts and attempted thefts in Cambridgeshire in 2012.

A 28-year-old woman, arrested on the same day as the three men, has been bailed to return to Huntingdon Police Station on January 21.

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