Fri, 20 May 2016
A group of men from Birmingham and London, who went on a “rampage” of violent robberies and burglaries across the West Midlands have been jailed for more than 100 years collectively.
The gang's multiple violent offences included a bank robbery in Sutton Coldfield in 2013, where they escaped with £700,000.
Their series of crimes came to an end in 2014, where a handful of the gang attempted to rob a supermarket in Tamworth. Staff at the supermarket raised the alarms and police officers arrived at the scene to make the arrests.
It was heard in a The Police inquiry revealed how the gang had planned to burgle the home of a 90 year old from Solihull who had legally held firearms in his house.
The gang was caught after a three-year investigation by Staffordshire Police.
Harpreet Singh Sandhu and Simon Hunka, who prosecuted in this case, are both part of the Criminal Law Group at No5 Chambers.
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