Two men arrested after Co-op break in

By Contributor in Local People

POLICE have arrested two men in relation to a break-in at the larger Co-op store in Tavistock, which took place in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday, May 31).

The two men, in their 30s, are currently being held in custody at Charles Cross Police Station after allegedly breaking into the Co-op store on Brook Street and stealing an amount of cigarettes. The pair were arrested making their way to Plymouth.

Police said the men were not local and were driving a stolen silver Mercedes with false number plates, which was stolen from Hampshire between May 24 and 27.

Anyone who saw a silver Mercedes driving around Tavistock town centre at around 3.30am this morning, is asked to contact police on 101.

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