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Armed robbery as thieves target security van

Armed thieves have made off with cash after targeting a security van in Devon this morning. Robbers attacked a guard and stole cash from security van at a Plymouth Tesco store at around 10.30am. A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall police said: “Police were called at around 10.30am to Tesco Express on Alexandra Road in Mutley in Plymouth, following reports of a robbery from a security van at the location.
Two cash boxes are alleged to have been taken from the van.

“A security guard was hit with a metal bar, however, did not require medical attention.
A search is currently ongoing to locate three men seen fleeing the scene.

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Police have not yet revealed how much cash was taken or descriptions of the three men seen fleeing the scene, reports plymouthherald1 . The robbers escaped in a silver Vauxhall Astra style car, police have revealed. The police officer investigating the robbery said: “The three men were all dressed in black and had their faces covered with what is believed to be balaclavas.

Police are searching for a silver Vauxhall Astra-style car, which was last seen heading in the direction of Mutley.

Police have confirmed that all three had weapons, although these were thought to be iron bars rather than firearms.

Detectives are currently examining CCTV footage in a bid to identify the suspects .

Police say they are keen to hear from anyone who saw anybody acting suspiciously before or after the incident in the area or at any other location where cash deliveries have been made today.

In previous cases of cash in transit robberies, police say suspects will tail a security van for some time before striking.

It is understood that after the security van had pulled up by the Tesco, and the guard walked towards the store, the three suspects chased after him.

If you have any information call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111, quoting log number 183 of December 13.”

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall police said earlier: “Police were called at around 10.30am to Tesco Express on Alexandra Road in Mutley in Plymouth, following reports of a robbery from a security van at the location.

Two cash boxes are alleged to have been taken from the van.

“A security guard was hit with a metal bar, however, did not require medical attention.

A search is currently ongoing to locate three men seen fleeing the scene.

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Shrewsbury security boss guilty of 59000 VAT fraud

Karl Francis, 59, of Prestbury Green, Shrewsbury, pleaded guilty to six charges of falsely charging VAT, while running KSS Security. The offences took place between May 2011 and October 2014. In total Shrewsbury Crown Court was told that Francis had charged Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury School and The Forestry Commission around 59,700 of VAT, which was not paid to HM Revenue and Customs.

Francis company provided security staff who were responsible for locking up buildings and patrolling. Philip Beardwell, prosecuting, said the matters had come to light after one of Francis employees was found to be working without the right authority. He said: When working at Shrewsbury school the man was approached and they found he was not authorised to have the appropriate licence to be working on site that day and he received a formal police caution for that,

Francis company was responsible for a number of sites including Raven Meadows Car Park, Shrewsbury s park & ride facilities, Shrewsbury Bus Station, and event and evening security at Shrewsbury School.

The court heard that he had been registered for VAT but had de-registered in April 2011. Mr Beardwell said that Francis had continued to invoice the organisations for work, including VAT, but had not paid the appropriate amount to HM Revenue and Customs. The court was told that in a police interview Francis had said that another man had been responsible for the accounts.

However, Mr Beardwell said: Attempts were made to trace him but he was never found. Anthony Scott, mitigating, told Judge Peter Barrie that Francis suffers from respiratory problems and mental health issues. Sentencing Judge Barrie said: I have to deal with you for six counts in relation to three clients from whom your business quite deliberately charged VAT when the business was not registered for VAT so the money collected, which should have been seen as tax, was not accounted for by the revenue and was kept by your business.

Having previously been registered for VAT you must obviously have understood how wrong it was to conduct the business in this way.

The total amount is not far short of 60,000 which is a significant loss to the revenue, accrued over a significant period of time.

However, Judge Barrie said that despite the seriousness of the crime he was not going to send Francis to jail because of his health. He said: Because of ill health it would be disproportionate to impose a sentence of immediate custody. Francis was sentenced to 21 months in prison, suspended for two years.