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Cashpoint thieves in six hour crime spree

PUBLISHED: 16:56 05 August 2009 | UPDATED: 15:37 16 August 2010

THIEVES withdrew £36,000 in six hours from a cashpoint using cloned international cards. Bromley police want to speak to the men pictured in connection with the fraud which took place at Barclays Bank, Chislehurst High Street on July 8. Three men walk

THIEVES withdrew £36,000 in six hours from a cashpoint using cloned international cards.

Bromley police want to speak to the men pictured in connection with the fraud which took place at Barclays Bank, Chislehurst High Street on July 8. Three men walked up to the cashpoint and two of them used several cloned cards to withdraw the money while the third kept a look-out. The first suspect is white, aged between 30 and 40, clean shaven with receding hair. He was wearing a light grey hoodie, light jeans and had a bag or a pouch strapped across his body. He was initially wearing a blue baseball cap. Two of the suspects were white, aged between 30 and 40 and clean shaven. The second man was wearing a light top, blue jeans and a black leather jacket. He was also wearing a waist pouch. There is no description of the third man. A similar fraud was committed at the same bank on March 27 2008 when a man used 49 cloned cards to withdraw around £10,000 from the machine over a two hour period.

kate.nelson@archant.co.uk


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