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Man is stabbed after an attempt theft in Long Eaton

Posted on 25th November 2014

Police are appealing for information after an attempt theft at a bank in Long Eaton.

This morning (Tuesday, November 25) at 4.20am three men targeted a G4S cash delivery van at Santander bank on High Street.

They threatened the delivery drivers and stabbed one of them twice to the side of his body. The second driver was punched in the face. They then managed to lock themselves in the van.

The offenders made off with a case containing cash. This was later found on Fletcher Street along with an Audi A3. It appears that the Audi has been used to reverse over the case a number of times which has activated blue dye.

It is possible that at least one of the offenders have been contaminated with the blue dye.

A small silver car was used by the offenders to drive away from Fletcher Street.

The driver was treated at the Queens Medical Centre for his stab wounds where he was later discharged.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Derby CID on 101 quoting incident number 53 of November 25.

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