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Armed robbers trigger security smoke alarm at Barclays bank during daylight raid in Oldham

Armed robbers fled from a bank after triggering a security smoke alarm which billowed out into the street. The gang injured a cash-in-transit driver while grabbing a money box from him during the raid at Barclays, in a busy shopping area of Market Street in Shaw, Oldham. The men escaped in a white Ford Transit van, which was found alight on Sumner Street a short time later.

The security worker suffered minor injuries during the incident, which happened at about 2pm on Wednesday afternoon.

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Police, fire and ambulances services rushed to the scene. The driver did not need hospital treatment, an ambulance spokeswoman confirmed. A police spokeswoman said: We were called shortly after 2.05pm to reports of an armed robbery.

Offenders stole a large amount of cash from a cash-in-transit driver.

They then abandoned a white Ford Transit van, which was found alight on Sumner Street nearby.

The cash-in-transit driver sustained minor injuries.

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Market Street was cordoned off while investigations were carried out following the incident . Officers were also called to Sumner Street, a residential road on an estate around 500 metres from Barclays, and found the burning Transit van. No arrests have yet been made and no description has yet been released off the suspects.

Anyone with further information is urged to contact police on 101.

Spurs take action against lax steward caught skimping on his …

Tottenham1 have taken action against a steward who was caught on film ahead of Saturday’s 4-0 Premier League win2 against Bournemouth skimping on his security checks.

In the wake of the Dortmund bus attack3, security has been stepped up at football grounds across Europe. But the contractor was filmed by one pundit making only the most token of efforts to search fans prior to their entry into White Hart Lane. After the video was posted to Twitter, Spurs quickly responded with a statement that revealed the steward in question was actually a contractor and not a direct employee of the club’s.

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The steward appears to search fans without touching them before they enter the stadium Security steward at Tottenham appears to search fans without touching them before they enter the stadium

“The contractor has apologised and we’ve taken action accordingly,” said the club.

There was a fierce backlash against the steward, who was accused of a serious lack of ‘professionalism’ and ‘laziness’ in the manner with which he carried out his duties. However, many also criticised the original poster of the video, suggesting he should have contacted the club in a more private manner. Security around football matches has been back in the spotlight following the bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus that ocurred on April 12th, ahead of their Champions League clash with Monaco, which was subsequently postponed by 24 hours.

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Security has been back in the spotlight following April 12th’s attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus That attack left defender Marc Bartra in hospital with a broken wrist

While no one was seriously harmed in the incident, it did leave defender Marc Bartra in hospital with a broken wrist.

German investigators are currently investigating several lines of inquiry, with numerous far right extremist groups taking responsibility for the attack.

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References

  1. ^ Tottenham (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ 4-0 Premier League win (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Dortmund bus attack (www.mirror.co.uk)

Spurs take action against lax steward caught skimping on his security checks ahead of Bournemouth clash

Tottenham1 have taken action against a steward who was caught on film ahead of Saturday’s 4-0 Premier League win2 against Bournemouth skimping on his security checks.

In the wake of the Dortmund bus attack3, security has been stepped up at football grounds across Europe. But the contractor was filmed by one pundit making only the most token of efforts to search fans prior to their entry into White Hart Lane. After the video was posted to Twitter, Spurs quickly responded with a statement that revealed the steward in question was actually a contractor and not a direct employee of the club’s.

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The steward appears to search fans without touching them before they enter the stadium Security steward at Tottenham appears to search fans without touching them before they enter the stadium

“The contractor has apologised and we’ve taken action accordingly,” said the club.

There was a fierce backlash against the steward, who was accused of a serious lack of ‘professionalism’ and ‘laziness’ in the manner with which he carried out his duties. However, many also criticised the original poster of the video, suggesting he should have contacted the club in a more private manner. Security around football matches has been back in the spotlight following the bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus that ocurred on April 12th, ahead of their Champions League clash with Monaco, which was subsequently postponed by 24 hours.

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Security has been back in the spotlight following April 12th’s attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus That attack left defender Marc Bartra in hospital with a broken wrist

While no one was seriously harmed in the incident, it did leave defender Marc Bartra in hospital with a broken wrist.

German investigators are currently investigating several lines of inquiry, with numerous far right extremist groups taking responsibility for the attack.

poll loading

Do you feel safe attending Premier League matches?

0+ VOTES SO FAR

Yes No I don’t know

References

  1. ^ Tottenham (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ 4-0 Premier League win (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Dortmund bus attack (www.mirror.co.uk)