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Angela Egerton (Police, Sergeant, Crewe LPU Sgt)
Four men have been sentenced to a combined total of 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery at a Nantwich jewellers.
Lewis Chalmers, 27, from Oswald Road in Chorlton Cum Hardy, Patrick David Massey, 26, Pegwell Drive, Salford, Darren James McAndrew, 32, Edlington Walk, Newton Heath and Joseph Anthony Schofield, 20, from Dob Brook Close in Manchester appeared at Warrington Crown Court on 21 November 2016 to be sentenced.
All defendants had pleaded guilty to robbery.
The robbery was reported to police at 11.18am on Wednesday 27 July 2016.
Offenders wearing balaclavas had forced a hole in the window and stole a number of watches before making off in a vehicle.
“Following a 28 minute pursuit by Cheshire police, working with four other forces - North West Motorway Group, Central Police Motorway Group, West Midlands Motorway Group and Staffordshire Police - they tracked down and followed a van on the M6 and subsequently arrested.