Police make return visit today to March Steakhouse in Elwyn Road - a removal lorry suggests it will remain closed temporarily
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For the second time in a week police have turned up a restaurant that closed suddenly earlier this month.
Last week police say they were called to a suspected burglary at the restaurant but left soon afterwards after concluding the incident was “a civil matter”.
Today police are back at the scene – this time ensuring a removal lorry can go about it business of clearing the restaurant.
A police car and a police van were sent to the Riverside Steakhouse in Elwyn Road, March, at around 5.20pm last Wednesday.
“We were called on April 6 to reports of an attempted burglary in Elwyn Road, March,” said a police spokesman.
“Officers attended the scene and established it was a civil matter. They ensured no further breach of the peace took place.
“No arrests were made.”
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The Steakhouse opened earlier this year but closed for a short period to recruit new staff.
It later attracted good reviews on Trip Advisor with one recent comment describing service as “friendly and jovial” and the family party exceptionally happy with their meal.
Another wrote: “Very tender meat and plenty of it! The veg was very artistic and if you like that then this is perfect, the chips were brilliantly seasoned and there were plenty of them too”.