Police cordon in Redbourn High Street

PUBLISHED: 11:34 04 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:18 04 August 2018

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

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Police and forensics are on the scene in Redbourn High Street today following an incident at the Co-op.

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

Early morning shoppers encountered several police vehicles, including a forensics unit, as they made their way to the Co-op store.

Police tape surrounds the shop, which has suffered severe damage to its frontage.

One resident said: “It’s awful. It’s such a shame.”

Another added: “I couldn’t believe it when I saw all the police and the terrible damage.

“We always use the Co-op.

“It’s a great little store.”

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op store in Redbourn High Street.
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op store in Redbourn High Street. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op in Redbourn. 
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op in Redbourn. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op in Redbourn. 
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op in Redbourn. Picture: Nina Morgan

The Co-op in Redbourn. 
Picture: Nina MorganThe Co-op in Redbourn. Picture: Nina Morgan

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