In the early hours of the morning, the Liechtenstein National Police received a report of a detonation at the Gamprin community center.
In Gamprin in the Principality of Liechtenstein right on the Swiss border, unknown persons blew up an ATM early Thursday. According to the police, the detonation at the community center caused considerable property damage. The amount of the loot was initially unknown.
The perpetrators fled in a small car, according to the Liechtenstein state police. A large-scale manhunt together with the police from the canton of St. Gallen and Vorarlberg and the Federal Office for Customs and Border Security (BAZG) was initially unsuccessful.
The police were alerted at around 2.30 a.m. about the explosion in the town on the Rhine. The ATM in the town hall is right next to a road. This had to be temporarily closed because debris came to lie on the roadway, as a police spokeswoman for the Keystone-SDA news agency said on request. Nobody was injured.