Ram raid


TWO four-wheel-drives were used in a ram-raid attack on Peninsula Homemaker Centre, early Saturday 24 September, and a large amount of cash stolen.

Possibly four men used a stolen Nissan Patrol to try to pull out a bollard from the front of the centre, 3.40am, but only managed to bend it. They then managed to position the vehicle so it could ram through a door into the centre, and used a large grinder to cut free an ATM. The second vehicle was called upon to pull free the first when it became wedged between the bollard and the wall. The 300kg ATM was lifted into the back of the second vehicle.

Anyone with information is urged to call Mornington Peninsula CIU, 5978 1300.

First published in the Western Port News – 27 September 2016


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