Second suspect still being hunted by police following Starbucks robbery in Northampton

The hunt for a second man in connection with an armed robbery at a Northampton coffee house is continuing, according to police.

Two armed robbers stormed into Starbucks at the James Retail Park at 5am on Monday threatening staff with weapons and demanding money.

Starbucks in St James Retail Park was targeted by robbers on Monday

Starbucks in St James Retail Park was targeted by robbers on Monday

The robbers were unaware that armed police were sat in the drive-thru ordering coffee at the same time.

A chase followed and despite a 'violent resistance', a 29-year-old man was arrested.

The stolen cash was also recovered.

A search took place for the other man believed to have been involved.

The coffee house was closed to allow police to investigate

The coffee house was closed to allow police to investigate

A spokesman for Northamptonshire Police confirmed today that there has been no second arrest.

Witnesses or anyone with information can call 101.

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