Barclays in Bury St Edmunds has re-opened after it was forced to close this morning when a car was driven into its windows.
The 2013-registered Seat Ibiza had mounted the kerb from a parking place outside the Cornhill bank and punched into the reinforced glass windows next to the two exterior cash machines.
Police said nobody was hurt in the incident.
The bank closed because of fears of structural damage and had staff outside redirecting customers.
The bank said it had re-opened shortly before 1pm today.
Barclays’ cash machines have been out of action for more than a week while its banking hall is being redesigned.