Two bungling brothers who tried - and failed - to blow up the same cash machine twice have been jailed.
David Culshaw, 49, and Michael Culshaw, 51, were caught by police after leaving their DNA at the scene.
The siblings, from Leigh, Greater Manchester, were caught on camera attempting to blow up the ATM outside a Spar store in Warrington, Cheshire, on September 24 last year.
These are the shocking scenes as two brothers attempt to blow up an ATM in Warrington
David Culshaw, 49 and his brother Michael, 51, right, twice attempted to blow up an ATM in Warrington, Cheshire in an effort to steal the cash inside the machine
The pair ran away after unsuccessfully trying to blow up the machine, however, police found DNA evidence at the scene which enabled them to track down and capture the two brothers
They failed, causing only minor damage to the machine, and fled empty handed.
Several weeks later, on October 16, the brothers went back to the same cash machine and tried again to blow it up using a gas canister.
This time their plan was partly successful and there was an explosion which caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to the front of the store.
But it wasn't strong enough to blow open the ATM, and again they fled with nothing.
While making their getaway, Michael Culshaw, of Wilkinson Street, left behind a black glove and towel which contained traces of his DNA.
David Culshaw's DNA was also found on a black tube used to cause the explosion.
On October 30, police raided the brothers' homes in Leigh and found