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Lincolnshire Police investigate robbery at Sutton Bridge Co-op



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A man believed to be carrying a knife robbed a Sutton Bridge store.

Police have launched an investigation after the man demanded cash from staff at the Co-op in Bridge Road just before 10pm on Monday.

Officers say a sum of cash, along with cigarettes, were stolen from the premises but no-one was injured during the incident.

The Lincolnshire Co-Op store in Sutton Bridge (Image: Google Maps) (57322093)
The Lincolnshire Co-Op store in Sutton Bridge (Image: Google Maps) (57322093)

A Lincolnshire Co-op statement issued to the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press yesterday said that staff had been left shaken by the incident.

This incident has happened days after another Sutton Bridge shop, City Stores, was robbed. Police have not said if they are linking the two incidents.

Police are appealing for information into the Co-op robbery.

A spokesman said: "If you witnessed anything suspicious in the area, please get in touch."

You can contact police by:

- By calling 101 quoting incident 459 of 13 June.

- By emailing force.control@lincs.police.uk quoting incident 459 of 13 June in the subject line.

- If you wish to remain anonymous, you can report via the independent charity CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111 or online https://crimestoppers-uk.org/



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