Four men have been arrested after an armed robbery in Surrey in which a delivery driver was threatened and robbed of a cash box.
The incident happened just before 12:00 BST outside Blockbusters in Croydon Road, Caterham.
The G4S driver was threatened with a weapon believed to be a firearm.
Firearms officers, a police helicopter and officers from Kent, Sussex and the Metropolitan Police joined the Surrey Police search for the robbers.
“It was a frightening ordeal for those involved and those who witnessed it,” said Insp Angie Austin.
Croydon Road was closed in both directions while emergency services were at the scene. It reopened to the public about 15:30 BST.
No injuries were reported. Surrey Police said it was too early to say how much cash was stolen.
Two men were arrested by the Metropolitan Police at about 13:00 BST, with two more shortly afterwards.
All four arrests were made in the New Addington area of Croydon.
Insp Austin appealed for anyone with information about the robbery to contact police urgently.