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Gang armed with pieces of wood target St Neots bank

The gang robbed this Natwest bank in St Neots. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A gang of men armed with pieces of wood and wearing balaclavas have robbed a bank in a Cambridgeshire town.

It happened at Nat West on the High Street in St Neots just before 5 o'clock yesterday evening (December 30).

The four men made staff open the safe and left with around £300, driving off in a silver car.

Police say no one was injured.

“Thankfully no one was injured during this incident but the staff working at the time have been left understandably shaken.

We would like to appeal to anyone who may have seen these men before or after the incident, or the silver Saab they were driving, to come forward.”

– Detective Sergeant Amanda Foreman

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World's oldest quads celebrate in style

Ann, Paul, Michael and Ernest Miles Credit: ITV News Anglia

The world's oldest living quadruplets have returned to their home town in Cambridgeshire to celebrate their 80th birthday.

Ann, Earnest, Michael and Paul Miles were born in St Neots seven weeks premature on 28th November 1935 and hailed a miracle.

The 80th birthday cake!

The famous four attended a party back in St Neots to celebrate their remarkable milestone.

Click below to see a report by Sarah Cooper...

Man charged with murdering woman in Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire Police have charged a man with murdering a woman in St Neots in Cambridgeshire.

The woman was found dead at a house in Curlew Place Credit: ITV News Anglia

They were called to a house on Curlew Place on Saturday night and found the body of a woman in her thirties. 40-year-old Timothy Allen, from Curlew Place is due in front of magistrates in Peterborough this morning.

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East Anglia's largest rowing regatta takes place this weekend

East Anglia's largest rowing regatta is taking place this weekend in Cambridgeshire.

The St Neots Rowing Club 150th anniversary regatta will include 55 rowing clubs from all over the region as well as around the UK.

More than 1,500 rowers of all ages and abilities battle it out in single, double and quad sculls as well as pairs, fours and eights.

The boats will go into the water from the town bridge end of Riverside Park.

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