Police investigating alleged robbery in Fenland village but admit to remaining “unclear” about the details

10:30 05 March 2014

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Police confirmed today they are investigating an alleged robbery in Wimblington on Sunday but admit they remain “unclear” about the details.

Postings on Facebook suggest four intruders broke into a house off Honey Mead Road just before 9am and then attacked the occupants and stole cash.

A police spokesman said: “We are investigating reports of an incident at a property in Greenwood Way, Wimblington, at 8.45am on Sunday.

“The exact circumstances of what happened are still unclear; however it is being treated as an isolated incident.”

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