Police have launched an investigation following a robbery in Thorne.
The raid took place as a cash machine was being filled at the Co-op petrol station on South Parade in the town.
Three men armed with machetes are said to have threatened couriers before escaping with around £9,000 in cash.
No one was injured during the incident which took place on Friday 28 May, prior to the spring bank holiday weekend.
A spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police said: “An investigation is underway following a cash-in-transit robbery in Doncaster on Friday.
“At around 8am on Friday morning, three cash couriers were filling up the machines at Co-Op Fuel on South Parade in Thorne. Three men, all wearing balaclavas, are reported to have arrived in a black Seat Leon and threatened the couriers with machetes before stealing the cash. Nobody was injured, but it’s believed around £9,000 was taken.
“Early enquiries indicate that the Seat was being driven on false plates. We are now working with other forces to identify and trace those involved.
“If you have any information, please call 101 and quote incident number 163 on 28 May. Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and pass on information while remaining completely anonymous.”