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Four arrested following smash and grab at Dorchester Hotel

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police have arrested three men and a woman in connection with a smash and grab at the exclusive Dorchester Hotel in London’s Park Lane.

Detectives from the Flying Squad launched an investigation following the incident at the Park Lane hotel in the early hours of Thursday July 10th.

The incident occurred at approximately 0220hrs, when what is believed to be six men on three mopeds pulled up outside the hotel on Park Lane, three of the men proceeded to smash their way through the front door.

When they gained entry three cabinets within the hotel were smashed and a quantity of watches and jewellery was stolen.

They left the seen fleeing on waiting mopeds.

Police arrested four people at 1430pm this afternoon these include three men and a women at a Kings Cross address.

All four were taken to a central London police station where they remain in custody.

Enquiries continue to ascertain if there is a link between the robbery on 10 July and another at the same location on 10 June.

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