Three arrested after police carry out dawn raids on Huntingdon homes

09:59 09 July 2014

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Police carried out raids at five homes in Huntingdon this morning (Wednesday) and arrested three people on suspicion of conspiracy to commit an aggravated burglary.

Two men, aged 32 and 18, and a 17-year-old boy have been taken to Thorpe Wood Police Station, near Peterborough, after the warrants were carried out at 7am today.

The arrests come after offenders forced their way into a home in Deal Close, Huntingdon, where the occupant was threatened but nothing was taken.

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