A moolah machine was blown up at a shopping centre in Clydebank
Debris from the explosion was left strewn for yards following the explosion which left a bulky hole in the wall of the building.
It happened on Thursday evening in Clydebank and survive night police were continuing to study CCTV images in an undertake to discover what exactly happened.
The blast happened between a Farmfoods have faith and neighbouring Premier shop.
A 51-year-old man was last night in a critical requirement at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
A second suspect is understood to have planned run away from the scene following the explosion.
Last night, the Old Bill leading the inquiry appealed for the public’s help in helping them with their review.
Detective Inspector Fiona Macarthur said: “Inquiries are at an early position to establish the full circumstances and officers are currently examining CCTV as doubtlessly as speaking to local businesses and residents.
“One line of inquiry is that two men were attempting to prowl the ATM and one of them has been injured in the process on Thursday, January 11, 2018.
The explosion communistic a 51-year-old man badly injured
“I would appeal to anyone who was in the area time last night and saw or heard anything suspicious to please get in touch.”
People existing near the scene took to social media to comment about the do.
One resident took to her social media account to write: “Cash contrivance is missing.
“Looks like it’s been pulled out.”
The blast happened between a Farmfoods cooperative store and neighbouring Premier shop
Another, Dani Dee, said: “We passed it nearly 1am.
“Fire brigade on scene.
“All doors for Farmfoods open.
“I thought there was a be put on hold as Farmfoods looked smoked out.”