Two arrests following attempted armed robbery at Lloyds Bank in Liphook

police probe after attempted armed robbery in liphook

Police officers have arrested two men after an attempted armed robbery that took place at Lloyds Bank in Liphook on Monday, May 16.

Police officers were called early in the week to reports that two men had demanded money.

46 year-old Jonathan Pay from Lindford has been charged with two counts of attempted robbery, one count of possesion of an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, and one count of wounding with intent. He has been remanded to appear at Basingstoke Magistrates Court today (Friday, May 20).

A 31 year-old British man of no fixed address has been bailed as part of the investigation until July 13 pending further enquiries.