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Armed raiders who held 2 bitcoin traders at gunpoint in rural England didn't actually manage to steal anything

Armed criminals attacked a home in Oxfordshire, Britain, last month. It was the registered address of a cryptocurrency company. Four men broke in and tried to force inhabitants to make a transfer. But it failed and the raiders left with nothing, police said. Officers are still looking for the men and issued descriptions. Armed burglars who broke into the home of two British bitcoin traders and held them at gunpoint didn't actually manage to steal any cryptocurrency, police have said.
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