Wait for cashpoint at ram raid bank

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Residents in Long Sutton are still waiting for a new cashpoint to be installed at Barclays Bank 11 months after a ram raid.

The bank has been shrouded in scaffolding while experts, including stonemasons, have been working to restore the listed building after it was rammed by a thieves using a teleporter. 
Scaffolding is now down, but a spokesman for Barclays said internal works need to be done before work starts on replacing the cashpoint. 
A teleporter stolen from a farm in Gedney was used to ram the bank in the early hours of the morning – and an almost identical raid took place at a bank in Wisbech around the same time.