Eaton Socon filling station raided by thieves

15:24 28 February 2014

Police are hunting for a gang who raided the BP filling station on Great North Road, Eaton Socon, early this morning.

Police are hunting for a gang who raided the BP filling station on Great North Road, Eaton Socon, early this morning.


Police are searching for a gang who raided a filling station in Eaton Socon in the early hours of this morning.

They stole alcohol and cigarettes from the BP garage on Great North Road just after 2am.

There are believed to be three members in the gang.

A spokesman said: “A member of the public reported the service station on the Great North Road at Eaton Socon being broken into.

“The suspects stole alcohol and cigarettes before making off in a high-powered vehicle.”

INFORMATION: Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

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