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Police ask for public's help as part of Hathersage robbery investigation

Posted on 28th March 2014

Police are appealing for information as part of an on-going investigation into a bank robbery in Hathersage.

At around 9am on Thursday, February 20 an armed robbery took place at The Royal Bank of Scotland on Main Road, Hathersage.

Two men threatened staff with a silver hand gun and a crowbar before making off with a substantial amount of money.

Officers have been distributing flyers and making house-to-house enquiries, they would like to speak to anyone who used their mobile phone between 9am and 9.05am on Thursday, February 20 to support the investigation.

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