15 December 2017

Police release dramatic footage of Casey ram raid

| Ian Bushnell
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cctv footage of car breaking into shop.

CCTV footage shows raiders who broke into Casey Market Town last Sunday.

Police have released dramatic CCTV footage of the ram raid at Casey Market Town last Sunday as they appeal to the public to assist their investigation.

The footage shows the raiders backing their Toyota Landcruiser through the shopping centre doors and then using it to knock over an ATM, before speeding out of the centre with it in the back of the vehicle.

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to, or dashcam footage of the ram raid in which the silver Toyota Landcruiser bearing ACT registration YIC87E smashed through the doors of the shopping centre about 5 am.

Police said that a number of offenders exited the vehicle and removed an ATM.

Police later recovered the burnt-out Toyota Landcruiser, and the damaged and emptied ATM.

ACT Policing said the Toyota Landcruiser also ran a red light in the City the previous Saturday evening (9 December).

ACT Policing’s Criminal Investigations team is investigating.

Anyone who may have dashcam footage of the Toyota Landcruiser or information in relation to this incident can contact police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Information can also be provided via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.

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“The footage shows the raiders backing their Toyota Landcruiser”

Their! I bet it was stolen. Someone else’s Landcruiser.

Capital Retro11:26 am 15 Dec 17

This is what happens when the banks/shopping centres move ATMs from recessed wall installation to freestanding in the shopping concourse.
Those doors looked very flimsy too.

It just makes it so easy to drive in, knock the ATM over and take it away.

I don’t think it was smart of the AFP to make that CCTV public.

Great footage. It even made the Channel Seven news and they *never* have Canberra stories…

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