A telehandler was smashed into the front of McColl’s in High Street, Blyth, just after midnight on March 20 and the cash machine was ripped out and loaded into a Transit van.
The telehandler had been stolen from a nearby farm and the Transit van had been stolen a few days earlier in Bingham.
The cash machine was found by police in a field next to the A17 in Newark later the same day.
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Luke Anderson, 29, of Ash Road, Newark, is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court today, June 22, charged with the theft of a cash machine and conspiracy to steal motor vehicles - relating to the theft of a number of high-value vehicles between August 28 2019 and June 19 of this year.
Detective Sergeant Rick Ellis, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: "Cash machine thefts often involve a degree of planning and numerous offences in the build-up, including the theft of vehicles.
"Not only do they cause disruption and heartache for the businesses affected but also for those whose vehicles are then used in a crime.
"Detectives have been working hard on this investigation and will now put one man before the courts. but the investigation continues and I would urge anyone with information to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 4 of 20 March 2020."