Man arrested in connection with St Neots jewellery store robbery is bailed

10:11 15 February 2013

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A MAN has been arrested in connection with two robberies at a St Neots jewellers.

The 22-year-old, from St Neots, was arrested on Thursday (February 14) on suspicion of robbery was questioned at Huntingdon Police Station.

Goldstraws, in Market Square, was targeted on January 7 when a man tried to break the front window with a hammer and again on January 22 when a man threatened a member of staff with a knife and made off with a £15,000 watch.

The man has been bailed to return to the police station on March 4.

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