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A man's been arrested after a raid on a jewellers in Wellington, Somerset on Saturday afternoon.
Two men wearing masks, smashed the window of the shop on South Street and grabbed a handful of watches before leaving in a car.
A member of staff suffered cuts to his hands from the glass.
Shortly afterwards, a man was stopped in a car in Taunton and arrested.
Three other men are still being hunted by police.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a pub was destroyed by a fire in Wellington.
The Merry Harriers, on Blackdown Hill Road, West Buckland, was gutted by the blaze on Sunday (18/12) night.
Investigating officer Det Sgt Darren Lipscomb said:
“We believe the fire was started deliberately at around 10pm and we are treating it as arson.
“Thankfully the building was empty so nobody was hurt but significant damage was caused.
“As part of our investigation we’re keen to speak to anyone who witnessed anything suspicious around the time.
“Did you drive past and perhaps see a vehicle parked next to the building or see people standing nearby?
“If you saw or heard anything out of the ordinary then please get in touch.”
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A woman has been charged with causing a public nuisance after the M5 was closed for more than two hours over safety fears.
The road was closed southbound between Junction 27 and Junction 26 - with traffic tailing back for more than 20 miles.
Officers later said the woman was "safe and well" and re-opened the road.
But they later said they had charged 25-year-old Abigail Wyatt with causing a public nuisance in relation to the incident.
The woman, from Wellington, has been bailed to appear at Taunton Deane Magistrates Court on September 12.
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