Hull Gold Man tells trial ‘I thought I was going to die in gunpoint robbery’



An elderly jeweller known as "The Gold Man" thought he was going to die when he was bound, beaten and robbed at gunpoint by two masked men, a court heard.
The victim, who was 77 at the time of the raid at his east Hull home on May 16 last year, had his hands and feet bound with tape and was hit over the head with a pistol, Hull Crown Court heard.
The two male robbers, who prosecutors allege were assisted by their then partners, escaped with more than £30,000 in jewellery and cash, and his black Range Rover with its "G14 Old" number plate.
Andrew Williams, 54, of no fixed... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 28
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