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Three jewellery raid gang men jailed
11:39am Wednesday 16th May 2012 in Ryedale news
THREE men who carried out a £50,000 armed robbery at a North Yorkshire jewellers have been sentenced to a total of 20 years in prison.
They were sentenced at York Crown Court for the robbery at Rosh Jewellers in Huntriss Row, Scarborough, in December 2010.
Jonathan Richard Pell, 21, of Nelson Street, Scarborough, who acted as the gang’s lookout, was sentenced to eight years in prison.
James Michael Millea, 33, from Speke, Liverpool, was sentenced to six years and six months and Timothy James Langford, of James Street, Scarborough, was jailed for five years and four months for his part in the robbery, acting as the getaway driver.
Police are still searching for the fourth member of the gang.
During the robbery Millea and the outstanding suspect pushed a 58-year-old man, who was working alone in the shop, to the floor and threatened him with a knife. He suffered a broken shoulder.