Yesterday, on Sunday July 26, at 4.30pm, police were alerted to a burglary that had taken placed “just minutes before”.
During the burglary, which involved two teenagers aged 14 and 15, as well as two adults aged 27 and 41, the victim was held at knife point.
It is believed that four men, who reportedly were in possession of large kitchen knives, forced entry to the address and stole cash, tobacco and a TV while the victim was held at knife point before fleeing on bicycles.
Luckily nobody was injured during the attack, which took place at an address off of Princess Elizabeth Way, near Hester’s Way, Cheltenham.
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The Force Response Unit along with police dog handlers then attended an address linked to one of the suspects, where they arrested two men and two boys and recovered the stolen goods.
Two men, aged 27 and 41, and a 14-year-old boy, all from Cheltenham, and a 15-year-old boy from Berkeley all remain in custody at this time.