Pub landlord and partner threatened with gun by robbers
A couple who run a pub in the far south of the county were held at gunpoint by three men during a robbery in the early hours of this morning.
Lincolnshire Police have revealed that the raid happened at the George and Angel, in North Street at Crowland.
At 4.23am police were called to the pub by the 31-year-old landlord.
He had disturbed three intruders who got into the building through a window.
SYSTEM PROFESSIONAL LUXE OIL uses a reconstructive Transform Technology that benefits hair inside and out, while protecting it from damage:
Terms: Whilst stocks last.
Contact: 01522 303163
Valid until: Tuesday, December 31 2013
"The landlord and his partner aged 26 were the only people in the premises at the time," said Detective Sergeant Nicola Stafford.
"They were threatened with what appeared to be a firearm. A hammer and a crowbar were also seen.
"The offenders made off with cash, mobile telephones and some alcohol.
"The victims were shaken by the experience, but otherwise unhurt.
"The offenders are described as males dressed in dark clothing and wearing balaclavas."
Anyone who saw anything suspicious in the Crowland area, between Spalding and Peterborough, can call 101 quoting incident number 41 of August 30.
Or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.