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Joe Howey, 24, of Fenton Place, Leeds, admitted two charges of conspiracy and was jailed for six years.
of armed robbery. A substantial amount of cash and property was stolen and very little recovered.
after admitting robbery at The Gold Shop.
James Beeston, 23, of Temple View Road, East End Park, Leeds, admitted two charges of conspiracy and was jailed for ten years.
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"The targets were commercial premises and cash in transit vehicles. They were professionally carried out, carefully planned, prepared and executed.
"On occasions vehicles were stolen for the purpose of committing these robberies, other vehicles were secreted to enable your getaway and obviously some premises had been watched to ascertain the time of cash deliveries."
Benjamin Sidlow, 26, of East Grange Drive, Belle Isle, Leeds, admitted two charges of conspiracy to rob and was jailed for 12 years.
victims had been profound. "Decent hard working people have had their lives blighted by these offences, for some of them life will never be the same again."
"These offences were carefully planned as part of an organised criminal enterprise based purely on greed for money to fund a lifestyle that none of them could legitimately afford."
Judge Marson said some vehicles were also destroyed to avoid risk of detection, they carried weapons and covered their faces.
The court heard seven robberies were committed during the series of offences and 210,000 of cash or goods stolen.
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She said the shop had security doors and bullet proof glass. "I thought I was safe, I thought nobody could get in and I was wrong. I still do not feel safe.
After the case Detective Chief Inspector Lisa Atkinson said: "These men played their part in a terrifying series of armed robberies where violence was used, and threatened, and staff and customers were put in genuine fear and left badly traumatised.
Jason Vollans, 29, of Folly Lane, Beeston, Leeds, was jailed for 14 years after he admitted one charge of conspiracy to rob, including an offence where a sawn off shotgun was brandished.
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