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Police appeal after attempted ram raid at Peterborough cash deposit building

Cambridgeshire Police are appealing for witnesses after an attempted ram raid at a cash deposit building in Peterborough.

Police officers were called at 9.37pm yesterday (November 6) to reports of a burglary at Loomis UK on Tresham Road, Orton Southgate.
A heavy duty teleporter, which is thought to have been stolen from the Northamptonshire area, was used to ram the side of the cash deposit building.

Police officers were called to the scene at 9.37pm (Image: Essex Chronicle)

Three men who were believed to be in Audis, were then seen jumping out of the three cars, but failed to gain entry because of the buildings secondary barriers. The fire service were then called after the teleporter was set on fire at the scene.

The offenders drove off in a vehicle, again thought to be an Audi, towards the A1. Luckily nothing was stolen and there were no reported injuries.

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Detective Inspector Dave Taylor said: “We are keen to speak to anyone in the area who may have seen anything suspicious around this time.

“We are particularly keen to trace anyone who may have any dash cam or CCTV footage they think may be of use to the investigation.

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“If anyone saw a heavy duty teleporter being driven anywhere in the area, or transported on the back of another vehicle, please do get in touch.”

Anyone with information is urged to call DI Taylor on 101, quoting incident 530 of 6 November.

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