Gang jailed for £700,000 Co-op cash machine raids

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Four men have been jailed for a year-long campaign of raids on supermarket cash dispensers.

The gang stole nearly £700,000 after targeting machines inside Co-op stores.

From November 2010 in a single year the gang carried out more than 30 raids across 17 English counties from Devon to Lincolnshire.

Noel Reilly and David Holmes were both sentenced to seven years, Darren Buckley was given five years and seven months, while Simon Phillips received five years.

Ben Ando reports from Birmingham Crown Court.

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