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  • "If you find cash in the street its unlikely you could get it back to the owner. However, if its in a purse or wallet we all know the right thing to do is try to return it. You'll feel better for it than having a few more pounds to spend. The owner may have a medical problem, elderly (or not) and just not concentrating. We all make mistakes. That money may be very important to them to pay the rent, fuel bill or buy food. As for 'should be ridiculed in the paper' for losing money - really ?

    In this case I can understand whoever took it probably thought on the spur of the moment the ATM was dishing out free money - we'd all be tempted if we thought the only loser was a big business. However, whoever lost the money probably returned to the Halifax when they realised their mistake so it should have been handed in and returned to the owner."
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CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft

CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft

CCTV appeal after cashpoint theft

First published in News

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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