Bank target for burglars

PUBLISHED: 09:48 21 September 2010

The HSBC Bank in Melbourn Street

The HSBC Bank in Melbourn Street

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Police are investigating a burglary at HSBC bank in Melbourn Street in Royston which occurred at around 1.15am this morning (Tuesday, September 21).

It is believed the offenders drove a vehicle, into the glass at the front of the building and once inside, attempted to gain access to a cash machine, but were unsuccessful.

Hertfordshire’s helicopter, with the support of the Cambridgeshire helicopter, assisted in searching for the offenders this morning. No arrests have been made at this stage.

Officers are currently at the scene investigating.

If anyone believes they saw or heard any suspicious activity in the area this morning they are asked to contact police via the non-emergency number, 0845 3300222.

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