Further CCTV appeal one week on

Hull: Robbery at Lloyds Bank

9 Nov 2017

Our detectives are continuing to investigate a robbery at a branch of Lloyds bank on Newland Avenue in Hull on Wednesday 1 Nov.

Two masked men, one holding a knife entered the branch and demanded money from the cashier.  An amount of cash was taken and the man left the premises.  Nobody was injured during the incident.

Lloyds Bank has put up a significant reward for information leading to the identification of the men involved in the robbery.

Detective Inspector Richard Sage leading the investigation is making a further appeal:

“We now have further CCTV of the two suspects before the robbery was committed at approximately 4:30pm on 1 November.  The additional  images show the men we believe to be responsible for the robbery without their masks in the vicinity of the bank.  We believe that someone may be able to recognise the men by considering all the images now available and we urge anyone who can assist our investigation to come forward.

“Our investigation is continuing and we are working with the bank, who are offering a significant  reward for information leading to the identification and conviction of those responsible for this offence. Please contact us if you have any information at all in connection with this incident by calling us on 101 quoting log 392 of 1 November.  Calls can also be made anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”