Smash, dash and no cash: masked crooks turn a red ute into a shopping mall before an awkward attempt to start with an ATM fails
- Two thieves inverted the Regents Park shopping center on Friday
- They tried to drive away quickly with an ATM, but twice failed to take the machine
- CCTV images have recorded the attempted theft and destruction of the center
- They later burned the vehicle and the police continued to draw up rules
Masked crooks have destroyed a popular shopping mall and failed to earn an ATM in an attempted theft.
The couple turned a stolen ute on early Friday morning at the mall on the Mount Lindesay Highway in Regents Park, west of Sydney.
Although they were unable to take a nearby ATM machine and later finished empty-handed.
CCTV images of the mall captured the trail of destruction that was left behind.
Masked crooks have destroyed a popular shopping mall and failed to earn an ATM in an attempted theft
The couple turned over a stolen ute in the shopping mall on Mount Lindesay Highway in Regents Park, in western Sydney, on early Friday morning
A red Nissan Navara utility from 2012 is thrown through the glass entrance doors of the shopping complex.
Part of the door of the metal frame falls down and the windows hit the floor.
The two thieves jump out of the vehicle and lift a strap from the back of the ute before attaching it to a nearby cash machine.
As they try to run away, the belt attached to the free-standing ATM cuts loose.
On a second attempt to remove the machine, the pair turns the vehicle over into the cash machine and successfully tears off the ground.
They connect the strap to the loosened machine before attempting to accelerate but cannot drag the ATM further.
The couple makes a move and leaves the machine behind.
Moments change that they leave the vehicle before setting it on fire in Heritage Park.
According to police, the ute was stolen overnight from Park Road in Slacks Creek on June 24.
In a second attempt to remove the machine, the couple turns the vehicle into the cash machine and successfully tears off the ground
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