Further arrests over £45,000 Tattenham Corner cash heist

The Co-operative store at Tattenham Corner Six people have now been questioned over a cash robbery in which £45,000 was stolen

Two more people have been arrested as part of an investigation into a cash-in-transit robbery in Surrey.

The man and woman, in their 30s and both from Tadworth, were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery, and later released on bail.

Three men and a woman are also on bail over the armed robbery of a cash delivery driver outside the Co-op store at Tattenham Corner on 30 January.

The victim was assaulted and threatened in the raid, and £45,000 was stolen.

Det Ch Insp Paul Rymarz said anyone with information about the robbery, or who witnessed it, was still being urged to come forward.

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