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about 10pm on Wednesday 26 January 2011, three members of staff were closing up
at the Co-op store on Stour Road.
offender went in and threatened staff with the hammer, demanding cash. After
stealing a quantity of cash the offender then tried to force open a till with
he ran off.
robber is described as being a white man in his late 20s, 5ft 6in to 5ft 8in
tall, of slim build. He was...
1 December 2010, James David Thorne (born 06/07/1986), of Wilkinson Street,
Leigh, was sentenced to five years in prison for possession of Class A drugs
with intent to supply.
from Wigan raided Thorne's flat on 8 August 2010 and recovered cocaine, MDMA
and cannabis with a street value of up to £278,000.
drugs were hidden in packages stashed inside a utility room cupboard and
16-year-old boy has become the first in Greater Manchester to be convicted of
persistently possessing alcohol in a public place.
Aspinall, born 23/1/94, of Devonshire Road, Atherton, pleaded guilty at Wigan
Youth Court to the offence, which falls under Section 30 of the Policing and
Crime Act 2009.
also pleaded guilty to a public order offence by causing harassment, alarm or
was sentenced to a six...
about 9.50pm on Sunday 19 December 2010, the member of staff had just locked up
and set the alarm at the Le Rendezvous restaurant in Higher Green Lane, Astley,
when he was approached by four men wearing balaclavas and gloves.
threatened him and forced him to open the doors and turn off the alarm system.
of the men restrained the employee and threatened to harm him, while the other
two men stole a considerable...
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