Two from Stevenage and one Royston teen arrested after 15-year-old boy injured in alleged Melbourn robbery involving firearm

PUBLISHED: 13:47 02 November 2016

Police are investigating the alleged robbery in Melbourn on Monday evening and believe a firearm was used.

Police are investigating the alleged robbery in Melbourn on Monday evening and believe a firearm was used.

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A man and two teenagers are in custody after a 15-year-old boy was alledgedly robbed in Melbourn on Monday evening.

The 20-year-old man from Stevenage and two 17-year-old boys, one from Stevenage and one from Royston, were arrested yesterday evening in connection with the incident which reportedly happened near All Saint’s Church in High Street between 8pm and 10pm.

The victim suffered minor injuries.

Police believe a firearm was used, although not fired, and has not yet been recovered.

The three suspected offenders are being held at Parkside Police Station in Cambridge, and officers are carrying out searches of the area where the incident took place.

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