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Man, 33, arrested over armed robbery at Bradford gold shop
A 33-year-old Bradford man is being questioned by detectives about an armed robbery at a city centre gold shop.
The gunpoint robbery took place last November at the Cash for Gold shop, in James Street, owned by TV antiques dealer Tim Hogarth.
Shop manager Amanda Ryan was forced to hand over £3,000 in cash after a masked man pointed what appeared to be a gun in a carrier bag at her.
He fled, grappling with a female customer who tried to stop him leaving.
A man was in custody today after he was arrested at an address in Wyke, Bradford, last night.