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Clacton: Man arrested following bank raid

09:01 15 November 2012

Police have arrested a man following an armed raid in Clacton

Police have arrested a man following an armed raid in Clacton

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POLICE in Essex have arrested a man in connection with an armed robbery at a bank.

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The attack happened at the NatWest bank on North Road when a man entered the premises shortly after 3pm on Wednesday, November 14 and threatened staff with a handgun, forcing them to hand over a four-figure sum of money.

Later that day, a 46-year-old man was arrested at his home address in the Clacton area on suspicion of committing robbery. He is currently being questioned by detectives at Clacton police station.

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