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Security guard injured in second early morning bank raid in two weeks in Salford

A security guard was injured in another early morning raid on a bank in Salford. It was the second bank robbery in twelve days in the city in which criminals appeared to know exactly what time to strike as cash was being delivered or collected. Two men ambushed the guard at the Royal Bank of Scotland on Mather Way at the city s shopping centre in Pendleton.

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They struck at 7.10am on Tuesday and were armed with a crow bar. The pair escaped in a blue car with a substantial amount of cash.

The Royal Bank of Scotland on Mather Way

Today a notice was posted outside the branch saying it was closed until further notice. On September 7, gunmen escaped with more than 100,000 in a terrifying raid on the Santander branch at Ellesmere Shopping Centre in Walkden.

In that incident a security guard for G4S was forced to lie on the floor during the robbery and had a pistol pressed into their back. Three masked men tailgated a guard as he entered the bank and pushed their way in.

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Armed with a handgun and machete the gang walked into the bank just before 1.20am. Two members of staff were threatened – with one of the victims was forced to lie on the floor at gunpoint.

The trio fled in a distinctive getaway car – a red Mini Cooper which was later recovered in the area.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 – or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Security van sent to protect home crashes into garage and gas pipes

A security firm worker was called out to help protect a home.. . but his van ended up rolling down a neighbour s drive and crashing into a garage and gas pipes. The man, from ADT Fire and Security, had been sent to Layton Close, Offerton, at around 9pm on Monday when it’s believed a burglar alarm went off. But his van rolled down the slope and knocked down the front of a garage also damaging gas pipes.

Joe Graham, who the garage belonged to, was left shocked when his quiet night in front of the TV was interrupted by a loud explosion .

Joe Graham was sitting watching TV when he heard someone smash into his garage

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The 34-year-old, whose birthday it was the following day, said: I heard an explosion and thought the boiler had blown up.

I came outside and saw an ADT van and a man saying, I have crashed into your garage do you want to have a look? .

It was hard to process but if it had ripped the gas pipes rather than bent them it could have been a lot worse . I ve not been able to go to work today. Gas workers were called and, with assistance from crews from Offerton Fire Station, isolated the supply to Joe s house. Joe, who works for pensions firm Royal London and lives with his girlfriend, was not injured in the incident.

Luckily nobody was hurt, despite the van damaging gas pipes outside the house

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Firefighters were at the scene for just over an hour after being called by the gas company. Steve Johnstone, watch manager at Offerton station, said: We have had a couple of incidents like this you would be surprised how many people crash into buildings.

The main thing was that no one was hurt and there was no gas explosion . They were a bit shaken and shocked but philosophical about it.

In a statement, ADT Fire and Security, based in Manchester, said: We are aware of this incident . Our Engineer followed our health and safety reporting procedure and notified us, and the police, at the time.

“We take the Health, Safety and Welfare of our employees and the public very seriously and also work hard to ensure that any works are carried out with no damage to property.

“We are grateful that there were no serious injuries as a result of this incident and we are investigating fully the circumstances surrounding it . We apologise for any inconvenience and damage caused.

Earlier in the evening the same crew had been called to an abandoned Renault Scenic that was deliberately set alight on Peter Street, in Hazel Grove1 .

References

  1. ^ Hazel Grove (www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk)

Security van sent to protect home crashes into garage after the handbrake was left off

A security firm worker was called out to help protect a home.. . but his van ended up rolling down a neighbour s drive and crashing into a garage and gas pipes. The man, from ADT Fire and Security, had been sent to Layton Close, Offerton, at around 9pm on Monday when it’s believed a burglar alarm went off. But his van rolled down the slope and knocked down the front of a garage also damaging gas pipes.

Joe Graham, who the garage belonged to, was left shocked when his quiet night in front of the TV was interrupted by a loud explosion .

Joe Graham was sitting watching TV when he heard someone smash into his garage

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The 34-year-old, whose birthday it was the following day, said: I heard an explosion and thought the boiler had blown up.

I came outside and saw an ADT van and a man saying, I have crashed into your garage do you want to have a look? .

It was hard to process but if it had ripped the gas pipes rather than bent them it could have been a lot worse . I ve not been able to go to work today. Gas workers were called and, with assistance from crews from Offerton Fire Station, isolated the supply to Joe s house. Joe, who works for pensions firm Royal London and lives with his girlfriend, was not injured in the incident.

Luckily nobody was hurt, despite the van damaging gas pipes outside the house

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Firefighters were at the scene for just over an hour after being called by the gas company. Steve Johnstone, watch manager at Offerton station, said: We have had a couple of incidents like this you would be surprised how many people crash into buildings.

The main thing was that no one was hurt and there was no gas explosion . They were a bit shaken and shocked but philosophical about it.

In a statement, ADT Fire and Security, based in Manchester, said: We are aware of this incident . Our Engineer followed our health and safety reporting procedure and notified us, and the police, at the time.

“We take the Health, Safety and Welfare of our employees and the public very seriously and also work hard to ensure that any works are carried out with no damage to property.

“We are grateful that there were no serious injuries as a result of this incident and we are investigating fully the circumstances surrounding it . We apologise for any inconvenience and damage caused.

Earlier in the evening the same crew had been called to an abandoned Renault Scenic that was deliberately set alight on Peter Street, in Hazel Grove1 .

References

  1. ^ Hazel Grove (www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk)