RAM raiders have stolen a cash machine from a Moray Village Shop.
They smashed their way into the store in the early hours of the morning.
Two people – thought to be men – concealing their faces with balaclavas, then ripped out the ATM and sped off in their car.
Shop owner Richard Ringrose said: "They reversed into the window. They didn’t bother using the door, and took the ATM out through the window.
"We’ve got CCTV footage, and I would say they were in the shop for six minutes – they were in and out in no time at all.
"All they were after was the ATM, which is a waste of time for them because there wasn’t a lot of money in there."
Wednesday’s incident is the latest in a series of ATM raids across the north of Scotland.
Detective Inspector Norman Stevenson said the break-in was thought to have taken place at some point between 2am and 6.15am on Wednesday.
He added: "Anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area of who may have information is urged to contact Police Scotland to assist us with our enquiries.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 anonymously.
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