Vehicle containing cash machine found ablaze

PUBLISHED: 07:58 21 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:28 21 July 2018

The incident happened in Finch Hill, near Sudbury Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident happened in Finch Hill, near Sudbury Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


A van and a car, one is which is containing a cash machine, have been found completely burnt out in a blaze near Sudbury.

Police are currently on their way to the scene of a two-vehicle fire in Finch Hill, near to the Essex border.

Firefighters from both counties rushed to the scene after they received a call shortly before 6.15am.

The incident involved a van and an Audi TT, neither of which had numberplates, and one of which was found to contain a cash machine.

Three fire engines are currently on the scene, including two from Sudbury and one from Halstead.

A spokesperson for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said the incident was “under control”.

Suffolk police confirmed officers were on their way to the scene.

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