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Trial halted as woman, 21, and youth change pleas to admit roles in conspiracy to rob G4S security vans in Bradford and Leeds

Trial halted as woman, 21, and youth change pleas to admit roles in conspiracy to rob G4S security vans in Bradford and Leeds
Trial halted as woman, 21, and youth change pleas to admit roles in conspiracy to rob G4S security vans in Bradford and Leeds


Trial halted as woman, 21, and youth change pleas to admit roles in conspiracy to rob G4S security vans in Bradford and Leeds

A TRIAL of a pharmacy student and a 17-year-old youth was abruptly halted yesterday after both suddenly changed their pleas to admit their roles in a plot to rob G4S cash-in-transit vans.

The Bradford youth, who cannot be named because of his age, admitted a charge of conspiracy to rob.

Student Nisha Nadeem, 21, of Woodhall Park Crescent East, Stanningley, admitted an alternative offence of aiding and abetting a robbery bid at a Tesco store where she worked.

Both were remanded into custody by Judge Jonathan Rose at Bradford Crown Courtuntil their passports were surrendered to the police.


They must then report daily to their local police station and were ordered not apply for any travel documents.

A probation report was ordered for Nadeem and the Youth Offending Team will prepare a report on the 17-year-old.

They will be sentenced on December 15, along with Nadeem's former boyfriend, Tariq Aziz, 20, of Leeds Road, Bradford, and two other males, who all pleaded guilty to the robbery conspiracy ahead of the trial.

During the trial, the jury heard that security guard Carol Lane was robbed of £11,500 by two armed raiders at Tesco's store in Bolton Road, Bradford, at 3pm on May 25 this year.




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