Cambridgeshire: Two men arrested after armed robbery at petrol station
POLICE have arrested two men in connection with an armed robbery at a filling station in Babraham.
The robbery happened at Worsted Station at about 1.20am on January 25 when two men got in through a sky-light and tried to take cash from the till.
There was a struggle and a lone male member of staff was struck with a broken snooker cue.
The robbers got out through the sky-light but nothing was stolen.
The shop area was locked but the station was open to sell fuel.
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The victim was treated in hospital but his injuries were not serious.
The men, a 33-year-old from Papworth Everard and a 32-year-old from Great Shelford have been arrested on suspicion of robbery and are being questioned at Parkside Police Station in Cambridge.
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