HULL: A number of cash machines in the city have been targeted by criminals, according to reports.
Police were called on Monday following reports of machines in the Anlaby Road and Holderness Road areas that had been tampered with.
Nobody is thought to have had any money stolen when using the cash machines but damage had been caused to the front of the machines.
Police are now urging people to take extra care when using ATMs.
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EAST YORKS: Pork producer Cranswick plc has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
The company has been shortlisted for Company of The Year in the PLC awards, which are sponsored by PwC.
The PLC Awards were founded in 1987 to reward excellence in the smaller quoted company sector.
The winners of each of the eight award categories are presented with their awards at the annual PLC Awards Dinner, which will be held next month.
Cranswick chairman Martin Davey was named Entrepreneur of the Year in the same awards back in March 2003.
Speaking about the latest nomination, he said: "We are naturally delighted to have been nominated for such a prestigious award. It is a reward for all the hard work put in by our staff to ensure our customers receive first-class service."
EAST YORKS: A fire broke out inside a shop in Bridlington's High Street yesterday.
It started at about 12.30pm in the building due to a faulty electrical spotlight.
Fire crews used a hose reel, breathing apparatus and a thermal imaging camera, to tackle the fire. Smoke damage was caused to the interior of the shop.