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From the courts
Two men who were caught on camera breaking into a service station and stealing a charity box have been sentenced.
Ronhan McErlean (pictured), 39, of Vincent Street, Coventry was sentenced to four months in prison at Warwick Crown Court.
Christopher Duddle, 42, of Northumberland Road, Coventry was sentenced to four months in prison suspended for 12 months.
CCTV footage showed the callous thieves breaking into the store in Birmingham Road on 7 October 2021 and stealing the donations.
PC Christopher Webster said: “This was a heartless act where money donated to help the less fortunate was stolen. McErlean and Duddle should be thoroughly ashamed of their actions.”
Posted by SJC, Corporate Communications
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