Police probe into attempted ram raid in Sheffield

editorial image
0
Have your say

Police are investigating an attempted ram raid at a shop in Sheffield.

A dark car was rammed into the shutters of Cash Converters on Gleadless Road, Gleadless Valley, three times in an attempt to gain entry to the shop.

But those responsible failed to get inside and nothing was stolen.

They struck at 4.15am on Monday, January 5.

A Rotherham store was hit by a ram raid last week. Burglars used a JCB to ram a Co-Op store in an attempt to make off with its cash machine: JCB ram raid at Harthill Co-Op

On December 28, thieves attempted to ram raid the Go Outdoors store in Sheffield with a stolen van: Ram raid at Go Outdoors store

*Today’s Top Stories:

Lovely gran found in pool of blood

Uncertainty for workers as Morrisons announces closures

Man found with burns in Sheffield street

Ambulance and car in collision