Supermarket car park robbery foiled
A WOMAN had a sharp object held to her face during a robbery in Huntingdon. Police said the victim was walking from Sainsbury s supermarket towards Trinity Place car park when she was approached by three white men. One man then held a sharp object, thoug
A WOMAN had a sharp object held to her face during a robbery in Huntingdon.
Police said the victim was walking from Sainsbury's supermarket towards Trinity Place car park when she was approached by three white men.
One man then held a sharp object, thought to be a knife, to her face and demanded money during the incident at 1.45pm on Thursday, January 24.
However, the three attackers fled when a member of the public walked passed. They ran off into Trinity Place car park.
The first man was described as about 17-years-old, with a medium build, about 5ft 6in tall and wore a dark baseball cap and a dark coloured zip up jacket with a white motif on the left side of the chest area.
The second man was skinny, about 5ft 4in tall, with short dark hair and was wearing a dark Reebok hooded top.
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The third man was described as wearing a white baseball cap.
Dc Mark Cockerham, investigating, said: "We would like to hear from anyone who may have seen three men running away from Trinity Place."
INFORMATION: Contact Dc Cockerham on 0845 4564564 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.