Four men have been jailed for raiding cash machines in four English counties.
Machines in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, and Norfolk were targeted, magistrates in Lincoln heard.
Gary Self, 44, of Flintham, Notts, was given four years and eight months and Shanney Steele, 36, of Newark, Notts, was given three-and-a-half years.
Dominic Alderton, 22, of Flintham, and Reuben Reynolds, 27, of Grantham, Lincs, were both jailed for four years.
CASH MACHINES TARGETED
Barnham Broom, Norfolk
Judge Michael Heath described the men as an "organised crime gang targeting ATMs in rural areas ".
The court heard the gang had targeted nine cash machines in the four counties.
They used stolen industrial forklift trucks to smash into walls to steal entire cash machines before driving off with them in another stolen vehicle.
Det Ch Insp David Wood, of Lincolnshire Police, said: "This sentencing sends a powerful message to organised criminal gangs operating in Lincolnshire and the rest of the East Midlands.
"If you attempt these types of offences you will be caught, brought to justice and jailed."
Det Supt Steve Lowe, head of Nottinghamshire Police's Serious and Organised Crime Unit, said: "This was a professional, highly organised gang who planned their crimes with almost military precision.
"While no-one was hurt during any of these incidents, there is no doubt that these are dangerous men and that Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and the rest of the East Midlands will be a safer place now they are in prison."
The raid on a cash machine at Lowdham, Nottinghamshire, was captured on CCTV
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