Police travelled 350 miles south to arrest a second man in connection with an alleged ATM raid.
Officers from the north-east made the journey to Liverpool last week to meet colleagues from Merseyside Police.
It comes following an incident in which an ATM was damaged outside the Spar shop on Clifton Road, Aberdeen, on March 6.
Detectives arrested Ian Jones, 33, who was charged on Wednesday and brought back up to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday.
Jones faced a charge of causing an explosion likely to endanger life or property.
He was also charged with attempting to open a locked place with intent and with housebreaking with intent to steal.
The 33-year-old, whose general address was given as Liverpool, made no plea and the case was committed for further examination.
He was remanded in custody.
Jones is expected to appear again at some point next week.
Another man appeared in court earlier this month over the alleged incident.
Ellis Boyd, 26, appeared in private at the sheriff court on April 11 facing the same charges as Jones, with the addition of fraudulently altering vehicle registration documents or number plates for the use of another person.
Boyd, whose general address was also given as Liverpool, was also charged with three counts of possessing controlled drugs.
Finally he was charged with having a bladed or pointed article in a public place.
He made no plea and was remanded in custody while the case was continued.
Following the alleged incident in the early hours of March 6, officers were reported to be hunting up to five men who could have caused an explosion in the raid.
They spent time studying CCTV and also speaking to witnesses in a bid to track down those allegedly responsible.
It was understood footage of the alleged raid showed scores of cars passing by.
Police in the north-east and their colleagues in Merseyside are continuing investigations into the incident.