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Selfridges robbery gang jailed for 50 years

Six men found guilty of robbing Selfridges on Oxford Street in June 2013 were sentenced to a total of more than 50 years in prison yesterday (Tuesday, August 19)

Ritchie Graham, Vincent Bellamy, Kris Monaghan and Ian Rawlings were all convicted of conspiracy to commit robbery at the Selfridges Wonder Room, and were sentenced at Kingston Crown Court to between 10 and 15 years imprisonment.

Connor Groake and Sam Curtin, who had both previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to rob, received eight years and 13 years respectively.

The jury could not reach a decision on the charge of conspiracy to commit robbery in the case of Ramela Gordon, and a retrial will take place next February.

The six men stole watches worth £1.5m during the robbery, which took place on June 6 last year.

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