Police have arrested three men after Lincoln Co-op robbery
Lincolnshire Police have announced they have arrested three men after a knifepoint robbery took place at a Lincoln Co-op robbery.
A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police said the robbery at the Lincoln Co-op on Queen Elizabeth Road took place at around 10.30am, March 19.
The three men arrested are aged, 33, 28, and 25. They were arrested on suspicion of robbery and assisting an offender. The three men remain in custody while investigations take place.
Police have released an image of a fourth man they are looking for in connection to the Lincoln Co-op robbery.
The police spokesman said: “It was reported that a man entered the store and made threats to staff with a knife before making off with around £345 in cash. No one was injured.”
Anyone who knows who the fourth man is should contact the police straightaway. They can be contacted by calling 101 and quote incident number 144 of March 19