Another store was raided in the early hours of the morning.
Police were seen outside the Premier convenience store on Wood Hill Way, Felpham in Bognor today.
The front doors are open and an ATM can be seen on the floor in front of the store.
Police say a black pickup truck backed up to the store, where three men attached tow ropes to the front door.
The truck was then driven forward to force open the door.
A witness said the ATM, which was stolen from the store, fell off the pickup truck as it was pulling away.
Debris can also be seen on the ground, as well as a commercial freezer for ice cream.
The incident took place when a Co-op store in Bosham, near Chichester, was also ambushed with a forklift around 3am last night.
Men in balaclavas were seen ramming the Co-op and stealing the ATM from the store.
No arrests were made for this burglary.
Police have confirmed whether this incident is linked to the Co-op burglary.
A witness to the Bosham ramming said she had never seen anything like it before.
The witness added: “The noise was just another level, the sound of metal crunching.
“They got the ATM and there was a massive crash as they dropped it into one of the vehicles and then sped away. Then, about two minutes later, the police raced after them.
“They had a big chain, you could hear them hooking it up to the ATMs. There was so much noise, I have never experienced anything like it.”
A Sussex Police spokesman said: “Police received a report that a supermarket in Bognor had been broken into in the early hours of September 24.
“It appears they tried to take the ATM away from the scene, but witnesses say it fell off the pick-up truck as it was being driven away.
“Anyone with relevant information or footage is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial number 131 dated 09/24. to indicate.”
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