Kent Online reports that four men have admitted ram-raiding two banks in Birchington.
They admitted driving a digger into the front of the HSBC and Barclays banks in Station Road, Birchington, and made off with two cash points containing £135,000.
Canterbury Magistrates Court heard the raids took place at 3.30am on July 14 and caused "untold damage" to the fronts of the buildings.
A police car was rammed as the raiders tried to make their escape and the digger was left in a wall of the HSBC. The keys were found in possession of one of the men when they were arrested in a van close to the scene.
They withheld their pleas on their first appearance at court. But each man has now entered guilty pleas to two burglaries.
Magistrates adjourned the case and remanded the men in custody. They will be sentenced at the Crown Court later in the year.