#AceNewsReport – Oct.01: During one offence a gun was pointed at a customer’s head and in another the violent thieves grabbed jewellery from a staff member.CCTV shows Richings with a gun and Negrobar stealing a cash drawer…..
#AceDailyNews Court Report: On shop robbery gang who have been jailed for 20yrs for there armed raids on three shops in just six days in Coventry in 2020 ….
CASE NOTES: It started on 9 December last year when Richings, holding a handgun, and knife-wielding Negrobar stormed Subway in Walsgrave Road: The masked pair ushered staff into a back room, snatching a bracelet and gold chain, before taking the till drawer and making off in a stolen Citreon Berlingo: Three days later they repeated the tactic at the Seven Stars convenience store in Tile Hill Road where they assaulted the manager: On that occasion they made off empty handed but on 14 December stole cash and cigarettes from the Local Store in Allesley Old Road: Getaway driver Leon Wyatt, aged 21, helped the pair escape in the Berlingo – stolen from Ludlow Road, Coventry on 20 November – but we recovered it in Selcombe Close on 17 December: It was forensically examined and returned a DNA hit to Negrobar. Behind bars: (l-r) Richings, Negrobar and Wyatt: Extensive mobile phone analysis placed Richings at the scene of the raids and when we arrested him on 2 January from Roseberry Avenue, Wood End, officers seized clothing matching that worn by one of the offenders: Richings and Negrobar were charged with conspiracy to rob and at Warwick Crown Court on 23 September jailed after admitting their roles in the plot: Richings was jailed for eight years and Negrobar, who is already serving a seven-and-a-half year term, had an extra four-and-a-half years added to his sentence: Wyatt admitted one count of robbery and given a five year prison term: We also discovered Richings’ sister, Hollie Richings, met the men following the Subway offence and agreed to sell the stolen chain and bracelet in the Jewellery Quarter: The 26-year-old, from Second Avenue in Coventry, admitted handling and received a six-month sentence suspended for a year and ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid community work……
Our Detective Constable Chris Parry, said: “These were really nasty offences in which victims believed they were going to be subjected to violence. This must have been an awful experience for them and I wish them well for the future: We secured compelling forensic, CCTV and phone evidence against the three which left them with little option but to admit their guilt at court.”
#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Oct.01: 2021:
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