Theives with covered faces have made off with a substantial amount of cash after they "blew up" Pinxton Co-op's cash machine.
The Co-op on the corner of Wharf Road and Redgate Street was targeted this morning, Thursday, September, 27, at 4am.
Reports suggest it was blown up in a similar method to several other cash machine raids in recent weeks.
Including Co-op's in Huthwaite, Swallownest and Selston.
A Derbyshire Police spokesman said: "Three men who had covered faces used cutting equipment to enter shop before damaging the cash machine and stealing a substantial amount of cash."
Police also said the men left in a blue VW Golf TDI.
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