Strike Force Burrandoot investigators release CCTV after bobcat used to steal ATM

Detectives have released CCTV vision and images as they continue to investigate an aggravated robbery in the state’s south, where a bobcat was used to steal an automatic teller machine (ATM).

Police were called to a shopping complex in Moama, following reports a bobcat had driven through the front doors about 4.30am on Monday 25 February 2019.

On arrival, officers found one ATM had been stolen from the premises and another had been extensively damaged.

A crime scene was established, with officers locating several items relevant to investigation, including a crowbar and a Mitsubishi Triton utility. These items were seized to undergo forensic examination.

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Robbery and Serious Crime Squad and Murray River Police District established Strike Force Burrandoot to investigate the incident.

Following extensive inquiries, detectives executed a crime scene warrant at a caravan park in Deniliquin about 9.30am today (Tuesday 2 April 2019).

As part of their ongoing inquiries, investigators have released CCTV footage, which depicts a bobcat, believed to have been stolen, and a white Mitsubishi Triton utility, in an appeal for public assistance.

Detectives are urging anyone who may have seen or has dashcam footage of the bobcat or the Mitsubishi utility driving in the Moama area on Monday 25 February 2019 to come forward.

Strike Force Burrandoot investigators will liaise with Victoria Police as they continue their investigations into the robbery.

Anyone with information that may assist Strike Force Burrandoot investigators is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence.

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