Two people arrested after Aldi robbery - Nottingham Post
Two people have been arrested after the robbery of a taxi driver in an Aldi car park.
Police are investigating the attack on the driver in the car park in Urban Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, at around 8.40pm on July 2.
The men pretended to be customers before punching the victim in the face, producing a knife and demanding money.
The victim managed to flee from the vehicle and saw the suspects looking through his car. Cash and other items were stolen before they left.
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