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Lowestoft: Arrests After Taxi Collision
Two men have been arrested following the attempted robbery of a taxi driver in Lowestoft in the early hours of New Year's Day
The taxi driver picked up a fare in Oulton Broad around 2.15am. A short time later the taxi collided with a lamppost in Yarmouth Road.
Police arrested two men - a 23-year-old and a 24-year-old, both from the Lowestoft area - on suspicion of attempted robbery yesterday evening, Thursday 5th January.
Both were interviewed by detectives and have now been bailed to return to police on February 22nd, to allow further enquiries to be conducted.
Police are continuing to ask anyone who saw the vehicle - a VW Sharan - immediately prior to the collision or the collision itself to come forward. If you can help please call Lowestoft CID on 101.
Lowestoft: Taxi Crash After Attempted Robbery
Police in Lowestoft are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery on a taxi driver, which resulted in the taxi colliding with a lamppost.
At approximately 2.15am Sunday 1st of January, a taxi driver picked up a fare of two men from near to the Winelodge on Bridge Road, Oulton Broad in his VW Sharan. The men stated they wanted to go to Yarmouth Road.
Along the journey the men said they were not going to pay whereupon the taxi driver turned into Yarmouth Road with the intention of driving to the Police Station. One of the men put his arm around the driver's neck and demanded money from him, this caused the driver to lose control of his car which then collided with a lamppost.
Both men ran from the vehicle along Yarmouth Road, with one turning into Station Road.
One of the men is described as white, of big build with short shaven hair wearing a blue jumper. The second man was white, approximately 22-years-old and was wearing a red and black check shirt and jeans.
Anyone with information should call Lowestoft Police on 101 or Crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.
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