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ATM Robbery

Enniscorthy 3.25am 7 February 2014

Crimestoppers is appealing for information on an ATM robbery in Enniscorthy
Crimestoppers is appealingl for information on a robbery at an ATM machine at Ulster Bank, Rafter Street, Enniscorthy exactly one month ago today.
Location: Enniscorthy
Date: 7 February 2014
Time: 3.25am
Description:
At 3.25am on 7 February, Gardaí at Enniscorthy were alerted to an activated alarm at Ulster Bank on Rafter Street. On arrival at the scene, Gardaí observed four males in balaclavas interfering with the ATM. The culprits had used gas to cause an explosion at the ATM. On the arrival of Gardaí one male picked up what appeared to be a shotgun and discharged a shot in the direction of unarmed Gardaí in a marked Garda Patrol vehicle. All four males made their getaway in a dark coloured vehicle which is believed to be an Audi A4 Avant. The car, which had no registration plates, is believed to be a 2001 to 2009 model with roof bars, a sunroof and alloy wheels. The vehicle drove down the Rafter Street onto Market Square, before driving up Weafer Street and onto the Ross Road. As the vehicle made its getaway the boot door was ajar and stolen cash fell from the vehicle along with a red petrol canister. The last confirmed sighting of the vehicle was at Carley’s Bridge, Enniscorthy. A substantial amount of cash was taken during the raid and a "dye bomb" in the ATM was activated. It is very likely that a large proportion of the stolen notes would have been dyed as a result. Gardaí would like to speak to anyone who saw the Audi getaway car in or around Enniscorthy town from 6pm on 6 February to 4am on 7 February. Gardaí would also like to speak to anyone who may have sold a car matching this description within the last six months, or who has recently come into the possession of a dyed bank note. Anybody with information can call Crimestoppers on 1800 25 00 25. Calls to Crimestoppers are anonymous. Callers do not need to leave their name or address. You may receive a reward for information which significantly helps the investigation.

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