Police swoop on suspected Stokenchurch bank robbers

Bucks Free Press: Police swoop on suspected bank robbers Police swoop on suspected bank robbers

SUSPECTS in the robbery at a Stokenchurch bank were arrested yesterday in a co-ordinated series of police raids.

Officers carried out warrants at 16 addresses across London and the south east at around 6.30am yesterday, recovering a quantity of cash in the sting.

The six people arrested are suspected of being members of a gang who planned and committed a series of at least seven cash in transit robberies

Allegations include the daylight robbery at a Lloyds branch in Church Path on Monday, December 9.

Arrests were made at 16 addresses under the Theft Act, in Lambeth, Croydon, Hillingdon, Uxbridge and Oxford.

The cash in transit robberies took place between October 2012 and November 2013, on security vans in Pinner, Hayes, Tulse Hill and Oxford.

Those arrested are five men and one woman, aged in their thirties, who are all are in custody at a west London police station.



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