Fourth man charged over ATM raids in north east Scotland

A fourth man has been charged in connection with thefts and attempted thefts from cash machines in the north east of Scotland last year.

Kevin Schruyers, 40, from the Liverpool area, was charged with two counts of attempting to open a lockfast place and four thefts.

He was also charged with two thefts by housebreaking and the theft of a motor vehicle.

He made no plea or declaration at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.

Mr Schruyers was remanded in custody.

His arrest follows a lengthy police investigation, including an appeal on the BBC's Crimewatch Roadshow.

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