A cash machine was ripped from the wall of a store targeted by ram-raiders for the second time.
Police said a JCB Teleporter was used during the theft at the Co-Op in Debenham, Suffolk, at about 03:40 GMT.
The cash machine was later recovered close to the Norfolk/Suffolk border. The shop, previously hit in February 2018, was closed while investigations and repairs take place.
A man, 30, from Colchester, has been charged with burglary, police said.
The JCB had been stolen from a farm in Debenham, while two other vehicles which left the scene - a white Ford Transit van stolen from Bures St Mary near Sudbury and a red Audi S4 stolen from Danbury, near Chelmsford, in Essex - were later found in Syleham near Diss.
Police said the cash machine and its contents were still inside the van.
The 30-year-old, who was arrested in Syleham, is due to appear before Ipswich magistrates.
Lee Hammond, head of security at the East of England Co-Op, said the ram-raid had come as a "surprise".
There was a spate of raids in 2017 and 2018 when the group offered a £40,000 reward for information about the crimes.
Mr Hammond said "plenty of security measures" were put in after the last incident, including bollards placed outside.
Other stores previously targeted in Suffolk include those in Lavenham, Great Cornard, Long Melford and Clare.
A Land Rover was used to drive into the front of a Spar shop in Glemsford, near Sudbury, on 4 November.