Car smashes into City branch of Pret a Manger

 
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There was an accident at one of the City branches of Pret a Manger last night (Source: Francesca Washtell)

City workers in the Fenchurch Street area seeking their morning coffee and croissant fix will have a little further to go today.

Police are investigating after a car smashed through the front of the Pret a Manger branch in Cullum Street last night, putting the store out of action. A Pret spokesperson said the company is helping the police with their investigation.

City of London Police said they were called at 1.25am to reports of a car that had driven into the shop front of Pret a Manger on Cullum Street, but said no arrests had been made.


The Cullum Street branch is in the heart of the City (Source: Google)

A repairman working at the site of the incident this morning said someone had "accidentally" driven into the sandwich shop. A blue Ford was left lodged backwards through the front window of the branch in the early hours of Friday morning.


The car went through the sandwich front window last night (Source: Francesca Washtell)

The car was removed quickly, and repairs were underway early this morning.


The aftermath of the incident (Source: Caitlin Morrison)

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