UPDATE: One man arrested and police appeal for others after fish and chip shop collision

The scene at Eagles fish and chip shop. Photo: Darren Ruck @Dazmasterflash EMN-150924-221000001

The scene at Eagles fish and chip shop. Photo: Darren Ruck @Dazmasterflash EMN-150924-221000001

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A 26-year-old man has been arrested following the collision involving a fish and chip shop and two vehicles last night (Thursday), however, police are still appealing for witnesses to others who may have been involved.

A Lincolnshire Police spokesman confirmed the incident was reported to police at 8.40pm, when a Honda car was in collision with a van and Eagles Fish and Chip Shop on Main Ridge East, in Boston.

He said a 26-year-old man had been arrested, but said police were looking for three others who are thought to have fled the scene.

They include a female, aged about 18, who is described as having red/ginger hair in a pony tail and wearing a cream tracksuit and one male who was wearing black clothing.

The shop is open as usual today (Friday).

Anyone with information should call the police non-emergency number 101 quoting incident 475 of September 24.

Thursday, September 24, 10.28pm - Police are currently on the scene at Eagles fish and chip shop in Boston after it appears a vehicle has crashed into the building.

A gaping hole has tonight (Thursday) been left in the front of the restaurant on Main Ridge.

It is unclear what has happened and police say the are still investigating.

Two vehicles, a red van and silver car, are parked nearby within the police cordon.