The charges brought against six people accused of the theft of over £60,000 from an ATM at Trory have been withdrawn by the Public Prosecution Service (PPS).

An applciation was for the further detention of £26,000 in cash in relation to the ATM robbery, which was found in a house in Crossgar, Co. Down.

Nicola Cristian (37), Iancu Radu (41) and Dumitra Constantin (35) with an address of Maghaberry, Old Road, Ballinderry Upper, Lisburn along with Milan-Adrain Beidac (29) of Fortwilliam Grange, Belfast, Anita Petrovici (31) of Cliftonville Avenue, Belfast and Alus Statache (51) of Manor Park, Lisburn all failed to attend court in relation to application.

A solicitor on behalf of the Chief Constable of the PSNI made the application for a further three months detention of the money at Fermanagh Magistrates Court on Monday after the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) brought forward no prosecution for the robbery of £61,000 from the ATM.

After hearing all the evidence, District Judge Michael Ranaghan granted the application for further detention of the cash for a period of three months.

None of those named in the application were present in court as Judge Ranaghan granted the application.