A Keady man has been remanded in custody after being charged with the theft of an ATM from a Co Tyrone store.
Thirty-two-year-old Eugene Tomany, from Glen Road in the town, appeared at a special sitting of Omagh Magistrates’ Court today (Saturday).
He is accused of stealing the ATM from the SuperValu store at Fintona.
The theft occurred on Saturday, December 22, last year.
The ATM was removed from the wall of the premises using a digger. It contained £13,000, the property of Danske Bank.
Tomany was denied bail after his brief appearance.
He was remanded in custody to appear again before Omagh Magistrates Court on Tuesday, March 26.
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