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Two Men Plead Guilty To Robbery At Guildford Jewellery Store

Published on: 21 Dec, 2012
Updated on: 21 Dec, 2012
The Cry for the Moon jewellery shop in Tunsgate

The Cry for the Moon jewellery shop in Tunsgate

Two men have pleaded guilty today (Friday, 21 December) at Guildford Crown Court to a robbery at a Guildford jewellery store in which more than £350,000 worth of jewellery was stolen.

James Roberts, 49-years old from West Golds Way, Newton Abbot, Devon and John Saunders, 50-years old of no fixed abode, each pleaded guilty to robbery and possession of an imitation firearm following the offence at the Cry for the Moon shop in Tunsgate, Guildford on Friday August 10 2012.

Samantha Weston, 43-years old of no fixed abode has pleaded not guilty to robbery at the Cry for the Moon jewellery store and guilty of money laundering offences.

All three are currently remanded in custody and will be sentenced at a later date following the trial of Weston which is due to start on March 18th 2013.

See also: ‘Shop Assistant Pushed To Ground In Tunsgate Armed Robbery’

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