Robbers flee with cash in garage raid
ROBBERS forced a petrol station worker to hand over her keys and stole cash from the tills.The incident in Newmarket happened shortly after midnight today.
ROBBERS forced a petrol station worker to hand over her keys and stole cash from the tills.
The incident in Newmarket happened shortly after midnight today.
A police spokesman said the cashier at the Total garage in High Street was outside the shop on her break at around 12.15am, when a man approached her asking for a cigarette. He grabbed her and was joined by a second man. They demanded her keys which the second man took and entered the shop, whilst the first man stayed with her. A few minutes later the second man left the shop and both men ran off along Dullingham Road. A vehicle was then heard to drive away.
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The cashier was not hurt but was extremely shaken and distressed by the incident. A quantity of cash was stolen.
The first man is described as white, 6ft1in tall, around 22 years old, of slim build and was wearing a light coloured hooded top.
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The second male is described as white, 5ft 9in tall, around 22 years old, of slim build and was wearing a dark hooded top with the hood up.
Both men had local accents. Anyone with any information about the robbery should contact Forest Heath CID on 01284 774100
or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.