Cashpoint robbers use explosives to steal thousands of pounds – Daily Mail


The masked men wasted no time in connecting the explosives to the bank machine under the cover of darkness using a method that left the money inside intact and appeared to involve steel cables. Officers say it was imported to Spain from Italy by the suspected leader of the gang. They used what have been described as ‘solid explosives’ similar to a powder employed in fireworks displays. Detectives released extraordinary footage showing the men at work – and completing one raid in just two minutes and 25 seconds – after arresting the seven suspects from Italy, Holland and Colombia.

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Date: May 19, 2020

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