UPDATE: Police continue investigations at Wisbech St Mary property raided in connection with ram raid at a HSBC bank where a JCB was used

PUBLISHED: 17:03 04 September 2012 | UPDATED: 11:20 05 September 2012

Garden Lane police raid. Ponderosa Farm,

Garden Lane police raid. Ponderosa Farm,


THIS was the scene in Garden Lane, Wisbech St Mary this afternoon after police continued their investigations following a dawn raid in connection with a botched bank raid.

Two men aged 50 and 27 were arrested on suspicion of burglary after officers swooped on the house at 7.30am today (Tuesday, September 4) and seized a JCB and a 4x4 vehicle.

Police continued their investigations well into the afternoon as the pair were taken to King’s Lynn for questioning following the ram-raid at the HSBC in Cornhill in the early hours of August 2.

Five balaclava-clad men used a JCB to break into the bank but fled empty handed.

The 27-year-old man was also arrested on suspicion of producing cannabis after police discovered 14 cannabis plants inside.

Police will also want to question the men about a second and simultaneous raid in Long Sutton when raiders got away with a cash machine after first stealing a teleporter from Sutton St James.

They rammed their way into Barclay’s Bank to steal the cash box and carried it away on a 4x4 pick-up.

Lincs and Cambs police formally linked the Long Sutton and Wisbech raids.

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