Wallisdown Barclays Bank robbery: Three men arrested

Police at robbery at Wallisdown Armed police searched the area around the bank

Three men have been arrested after a bank raid in Dorset.

A robber demanded money and threatened to harm customers at Barclays in Wallisdown, near Poole, last Thursday.

But no weapon was seen and no-one was hurt during the incident in Bryant Road. Armed police carried out a search of the area after the raid.

A man, 40, from New Milton, Hampshire, and two men from Bournemouth, aged 34 and 38, have been held on suspicion of robbery.

Two of the men have been bailed while the 38-year-old is in custody.

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