An ATM in Kildare is believed to be robbed through a 15 metre tunnel underground.
It happened at a petrol station on the Sallins Road in Naas, and was only found when Ulster Bank was removing the machine.
The garage is beside a school and GAA club, and it seems the thieves tunnelled in to the site from nearby grounds.
"A 15-metre tunnel dug up underneath the ATM, into the ATM," says Councillor Bill Clear, speaking to KFM.
"The ATM wasn't taken, but whatever was in it was taken. It was an Ulster Bank machine that was due to be removed when Ulster Bank was leaving Ireland.
"When they went in to take out the machine, and put in a new one from another bank - they noticed the tunnel.
"It's like something you'd see out of Ocean's Eleven."