Teenage boys arrested after reports of armed robbery at Stotfold fish and chips shop

Armed police were called to Regent Street in Stotfold last night after reports of an armed robbery a

Armed police were called to Regent Street in Stotfold last night after reports of an armed robbery at fish and chips shop Charles & Co. Three teenage boys have since been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage. - Credit: Archant

Three teenage boys have been arrested after reports of an armed robbery at a Stotfold fish and chips shop last night.

Armed officers were sent to Charles & Co fish and chips shop in Regent Street at about 8.30pm following a call to Beds police about a potential armed robbery.

Today three boys – a 14-year-old from Shefford, and a 14-year-old and 17-year-old both from Stotfold – have been arrested on suspicion of a lesser offence of criminal damage.

A police spokeswoman said the trio remain in police custody.


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