No arrests have been made after a cash machine was stolen using at JCB digger.

This is the second time this year the Chipping Campden cash machine has been targeted. The cash machine had only been replaced in August after an attempted break-in that occurred in April.

NoteMachine, the company that manages the cash dispenser donated £1000 to the local community.

The town's only other machine is at the local One Stop, which cannot be accessed out of shop opening hours.

Local resident Paul Leighton and the Campden Business Forum campaigned to get the cash machine replaced as it had been out of order since the incident.

Gloucestershire Constabulary were called at 3.50am, Thursday, November 15 by a member of the public who reported a cash machine attack in the High Street, Chipping Camden.

The HSBC ATM is located in the wall of Huxleys café where unknown offenders used a stolen JCB digger to rip the cash machine from the wall. Part of the machine remains but all the cash trays are missing. Two men were seen – one was sitting in the digger and one in a red pickup truck.

Other vehicles and offenders may also be involved.

A scene guard has been put in place around the immediate area while police enquiries continue.

If you witnessed anything, saw any suspicious vehicles in the area, or have any information that could help with police enquiries please call 101 quoting incident number 31 of 15 November 2018. You can also give information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.