Police release details of the two suspects arrested and charged over Friday night attempted robberies in March and Chatteris
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Two men will appear in court tomorrow facing charges of attempted robbery following attacks on two petrol stations and a convenience store in Chatteris and March.
The men were arrested yesterday (Saturday) following the terror raids the night before.
At 8.54pm on Friday night (January 25) an attempted armed robbery occurred at Cost Cutter in St Peter’s Road, March.
Two further armed robberies then took place at 8.58pm at Robin Hood Service Station in Wimblington Road, March, and at 9.18pm at Applegreen Petrogas in West Park Street, Chatteris.
Michael Esaw, 31, of Low Road, Fenstanton, and Craig Downer, 28, of York Road, Wisbech, have both been charged with three counts of attempted armed robbery.
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They have been remanded to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court tomorrow (Monday January 28).
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