Armed men in Addlestone travel agency raid

Armed robbers threatened staff during a raid at a travel agency in Addlestone.

Surrey Police said the two men entered Co-operative Travel on Station Road at 1600 BST on Saturday.

They threatened a member of staff with what they claimed was a firearm wrapped in a cloth before pulling her into a back room and demanding money.

The men left on foot with thousands of pounds of sterling and foreign currency. Nobody was seriously injured during the incident.

Detectives said the suspects were black men in their mid to late 20s. One was clean shaven with short curly hair.

The second man had a goatee-style beard and was wearing a red and white checked shirt and navy blue hat.

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