Attempted ram raid at Ipswich Co op

PUBLISHED: 08:42 17 November 2019 | UPDATED: 14:57 17 November 2019

Suspects attempted to reverse a car into the shop Picture: ARCHANT

Suspects attempted to reverse a car into the shop Picture: ARCHANT


An attempted ram raid has taken place overnight at a Co-op store in Ipswich.

Suspects tried to gain entry to the Co-op Daily store in Garrick Way, Ipswich on Sunday morning.

Suffolk police said they were called to the store at 3.39am after reports that a vehicle had tried to reverse into the building.

The car, a Peugeot, was then seen to 'bounce' off the building before speeding forward.

The shop was not breached and the car was found some time later.

No-one has been arrested in connection with the incident and the shop is open.

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