Suspect driver back in prison but Police still hunting three after Crowland Co-Op ram raid

Police are still hunting three men believed to be involved in a ram raid at Crowland Co-Op on August 1.

One man suspected of driving the Audi used as a getaway vehicle has been sent back to jail.

The car was involved in a fatal crash at Ramsey Road, Whittlesey, around 4.20am on Tuesday, August 1.

Police arrested the 31-year-old driver and he was recalled to prison for breaching his licence on a separate matter. Two other men in the Audi left the scene and are still being sought by officers.

A 51-year-old man died in the collision and was named as Mark Collin, of Whittlesey.

A Toyota Hilux 4×4 was used to smash into the town’s Co-Op store in the early hours and drag out a cash machine.

The machine and 4×4 were left in the street after attempts to steal cash were unsuccessful.

No-one was hurt in the attack, but the store remained closed for most of the day while repair work was carried out.

Anyone with any information about the incident can contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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