10/03/2020

Probe Over Armed Robbery In Belfast City Centre

Police are investigating a suspected armed robbery of a cash-in-transit van in Belfast City Centre.
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The scene in Academy Street and Exchange Street was held at around 7.50am this morning, Tuesday 10 March, following the alleged incident.

No further details have emerged as yet.


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