28-Year-Old Indian Origin Woman Convicted of Robbery in LondonNRI News

July 22, 2019 10:43
28-Year-Old Indian Origin Woman Convicted of Robbery in London

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An Indian origin woman including three others has been found guilty of a robbery at commercial premises in Lambeth, South London, in August last year.

The 28-year-old Harpreet Kaur, from Hounslow, was found guilty at Inner London Crown Court on Friday of false imprisonment and possession of articles to commit fraud.

Her accomplices, Monica Pashias, 42, and Tyrone Waugh, 40 had previously pleaded guilty to robbery.

All three are due to be sentenced on September 19, Scotland Yard said in a statement, recalling that the police were called into reports of a burglary at commercial premises at St George’s Wharf shortly before midday on August 2, 2018.

Officers attended and were informed that the thieves had stolen a laser hair removal machine and accessories, and had locked a member of the staff inside the store.

Kaur and Pashias were arrested on August 14, while Waugh was arrested on August 31, the statement added.

By Sowmya Sangam

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