St Neots jewellery robberies: Man, 22, arrested

Detectives investigating two robberies at a jewellers in Cambridgeshire have arrested a man.

A raider struck at Goldstraw Goldsmiths in Cross Keys Mews, St Neots, on 7 and 22 January.

In the first they fled empty-handed but in the second attack a man armed with a knife escaped with a £15,000 Cartier watch.

A man of 22 was arrested on Thursday and has been bailed to return to Huntingdon police station on 4 March.

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