Sudbury garage reopens after ram raid

Garage in Sudbury reopened after damage from ram raid repaired. ANL-161124-112022001
Garage in Sudbury reopened after damage from ram raid repaired. ANL-161124-112022001

A garage in Sudbury which was left with extensive damage following a ram raid earlier this year is now back to offering a full range of services.

Thieves took a cash machine, which was empty, from the garage in Northern Road on February 9.

Sudbury garage targeted in ram raid ANL-160902-172321009

Sudbury garage targeted in ram raid ANL-160902-172321009

The cashpoint was later located in Maldon in Essex, with a number of arrests made.

Services at the Barrett-Lee Garage were severely disrupted for several months but now the garage has been fully rebranded as part of the Premier Symbol Group.

Simon Barrett, the company’s managing director, said: “We have worked extremely hard to repair all the damage at the earliest opportunity and we now delighted to declare all services are now up and running again.

“We hope all our customers will be delighted with the work which has taken place and the new look of the garage.”

The garage was left with extensive damage

The garage was left with extensive damage

In addition to serving diesel and fuels the forecourt includes a community shop - selling groceries, newspapers, sweets, soft drinks, wines, beers and spirits.