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Teenager arrested over Headington Lloyds Bank robbery

Lloyds Bank in Headington
Image caption Police said one of the men was believed to have been armed with a firearm

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of committing a bank robbery.

Two men with their faces covered and dressed in blue boiler suits stole cash from a Lloyds Bank in Stephen Road, Headington, Oxford, on 23 January at 10:30 GMT.

Thames Valley Police said one of the men was believed to have been carrying a firearm and the suspects escaped in a white BMW 1-Series.

The arrested teenager is from Oxford and is currently in custody.

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