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    manager111 wrote:
    Well surely the idiot that didn't take their own cash, should be the one to be ridiculed in the paper, it wasn't such as stolen, by robbery or theft, it was lost by the idiot, same as dropping money on the floor, and someone picking it up.. And the police, have spent time on this, words fail me. Idiots.
    I would say this is not a crime, but lost money and a person who might be a genuine person and down on their luck saw an opportunity. Why would you leave your money in a ATM machine these days? accident so we should say the guy who came across it made a mistake by taking it, but it don't make him a criminal. And also we have to look at the other side and maybe the person who left it had a medical problem, so the person who found it should've taken it to the Halifax and handed it in. With money being tight and in demand today I would think a lot of people would of kept it."
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CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft

Free Press Series: CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft

MONEY has been stolen from a Halifax cashpoint machine in Cwmbran.

A person made a withdrawal at about 10am on Tuesday, June 24th but left without taking the money from the ATM on the Mall.

But when they returned the money had gone.

Officers are trying to trace the man pictured who was in the area at the time and may be able to help them with their enquiries.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Gwent Police on 101 quoting log number 126 24/06/14 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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