Descriptions released of four men wanted in connection with ram raid at Aldi store in St Neots

PUBLISHED: 11:02 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:15 08 January 2018




Police have released descriptions of four men they want to speak to in connection with a ram raid at the Aldi store, in St Neots.

The incident happened at the supermarket, in Howard Road, at about 12.40am on January 6,and thieves used several vehicles to crash through the front of the building and steal the ATM machine.

The vehicles used were a stolen Land Rover Discovery, a stolen silver BMW X5, towing a trailer, and another dark saloon car.

The first man was wearing a black jacket or jumper with a grey hood, navy or black jeans, yellow gloves and black boots.

The second offender wore black trousers, black hooded top, yellow gloves, white and black Nike trainers and a black face mask.

A third man was wearing a light grey face mask, electric blue and black checked shirt, light and dark patterned trousers, white hooded top under shirt, black socks and black shoes, the fourth wore a camouflage green jacket, black face mask, navy trousers, grey gloves and black shoes.

Another two men sat in vehicles and there are no descriptions of them.

Police have confirmed that no arrests have been made at this stage and have asked the public to contact them if they have any information or saw anything suspicious.

Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting CF0010360118 or visit Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via

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