Worker tied up in armed robbery at Slough bus station

A member of staff was threatened with a gun and tied up during a robbery at Slough bus station.

Three men, who who all wore high visibility yellow vests, entered the bus station in Brunel Way in the early hours of Tuesday, brandishing a gun.

They tied the victim up and stole cash before making their getaway.

The member of staff, a man aged in his 20s, struggled free. He suffered minor swelling to his wrists but did not require hospital treatment.

Two of the raiders wore dark coloured hooded tops, pulled tight around their faces. The third person was wearing a light coloured latex mask covering their head and face.

Anyone with information about the robbery, which occurred at about 00:15 BST, is asked to contact Thames Valley Police.

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