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Ramruma
27 Apr 22 03:25
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A 51-year-old man has been arrested in connection with armed robberies at:-

A bookmakers in High Street, Sutton, on Monday, 4 April
A bookmakers in Burnt Ash Road, Norwood Junction, on Wednesday, 13 April
A bookmakers in Burnt Ash Road, Norwood Junction, on Monday, 18 April
A bookmarkers in High Street, Lee, on Saturday, 23 April
A bookmarkers in Crayford Road, Crayford on Sunday, 24 April

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/man-arrested-armed-rbbery-south-london-news-crime-b996210.html
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Report Ramruma April 27, 2022 3:49 AM BST
A man has been charged after armed robberies across five bookmakers in south London.

Brett Mullan, of Wellington Street in Gravesend, has been charged with five counts of robbery and five counts of possessing an imitation firearm.

Employees in all incidents were allegedly threatened with firearms and a man reportedly left with a quantity of cash on all occasions.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/man-charged-armed-robberies-five-104701321.html
Report Bentring April 27, 2022 8:51 AM BST
A 4 day week with Tuesday and Thursday off not bad
Report top2rated April 27, 2022 8:51 AM BST
This is from April 2016...sentenced to 6 years and 4 months so assume Parole Board released him early after serving two thirds of his sentence.

https://www.kentonline.co.uk/gravesend/news/serial-robber-targeted-bank-days-93719/
Report Bentring April 27, 2022 8:52 AM BST
Obviously Friday was accounts day
Report leif April 27, 2022 9:52 AM BST
Mullan, who is blind in one eye, diabetic and walks with a crutch, had been jailed in 2006 for another robbery. He has 62 previous convictions.

Does he have a parrot on his shoulder Plain
Report GLASGOWCALLING April 27, 2022 10:09 AM BST
What a Horlicks the judge made of that, heres what he said 5yrs ago ...

Mullan, who admitted robbery, could serve the full sentence of six years and four months if the parole board decides it is not safe to release him at the two thirds stage.


  .. Parole board left with egg on their face. !!
Report ItsMeSwaddle April 27, 2022 11:16 AM BST
Anyone clever would be doing Barclays over based on the last couple of days.
Report Rico-Dangleflaps April 27, 2022 11:49 AM BST
suspicious looking character been loitering around barclays in edinburgh last week or so..big d was seen around the corner at the wheel of a ford capri revving it loudly.
Report mitolo April 27, 2022 1:25 PM BST
if you have 60 convictions parole should not be granted
Report Ramruma August 3, 2022 2:35 AM BST
Mullan has been sentenced to ten years. He was not really cut out for this robbing game. 10 years for five robberies which netted a total of less than £3,000. He was caught because he dodged the train fare on his way to the robberies and gave his real name to the ticket inspector.

Here is the Evening Standard report from
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/serial-robber-brett-mullan-flying-squad-police-south-london-bookmakers-b1016094.html

Serial robber who ‘terrified’ south London bookmakers jailed
Brett Mullan used threats of violence to steal almost £3,000

A serial robber who targeted a string of bookmakers in south London was arrested by Flying Squad police officers and jailed for 10 years.

Brett Mullan, 50, of Gravesend, “terrified” staff at bookmakers when he “demanded cash and made threats of serious violence”, Met Police said.

“Those people feared for their lives,” said Detective Constable Carl Stallabras.

Mullan carried out a series of armed robberies at bookmakers in Lee, Noorwood, Sutton and Crayford between April 4 and 24.

Met Police used CCTV of Mullan travelling on trains to track him down.

He was stopped on a train by a railway ticket inspector as he was making his way to Burnt Ash Road in Lee to carry out his second robbery. He provided his real name.

“A simple mistake on his way to the second offence was all we needed to track him down, and from there the wealth of evidence we obtained left him no choice but to plead guilty,” said Mr Stallabras.

Police gathered footage of Mullan carrying out the offences and he was arrested by Flying Squad officers on April 25 after leaving home.

The Flying Squad are the Met’s elite group of detectives tasked with tackling violent crime.

Detectives searched his home address and found a collapsible walking stick. After checking CCTV, it was discovered this was what he used to resemble a shotgun by concealing it within a carrier bag.

A total of £2,780 was stolen over the course of the robberies.

Mullan was sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court after pleading guilty to five counts of robbery, and five counts of possessing an imitation firearm.

The offences took place in High Street, Sutton, on April 4, Burnt Ash Road in Lee on April 13 and 18, High Street in Norwood Junction on April 23 and Crayford Road on April 24.
Report formoftheace August 3, 2022 1:40 PM BST
I remember a Neanderthal getting three years for 60 embassy tip
Report HallGreenSpy August 3, 2022 3:44 PM BST
10 (probably 5) years of being well looked after. Job done.
Report Fashion Fever August 3, 2022 3:47 PM BST
monkey a shop not bad

amazed he got that
Report halcyon days August 3, 2022 8:10 PM BST
Brett is an institutionalised ''old lag!'' Hope he doesn't have to share a cell with chavman !   Laugh
Report hulk23 August 4, 2022 11:18 AM BST
A 51-year-old man has been arrested in connection with armed robberies at:-

A bookmakers in Burnt Ash Road, Norwood Junction, on Wednesday, 13 April
A bookmakers in Burnt Ash Road, Norwood Junction, on Monday, 18 April


what did Brett say when he left on the Wednesday, I'll be back for more on Monday. have a nice weekend ...
Report the dealer August 4, 2022 11:50 AM BST
I got robbed at knife point(no security screens), just 5 days after the same guy robbed the same shop.

The first time he got £93, he took out a fobt cash box with £500 in it but left it.
It was the day before the grand national and he came in alone around 9 with a large Bowie knife.
He returned with an accomplice around 7.45 on the Wednesday and got just over £200

They were never caught.
Report the dealer August 4, 2022 11:52 AM BST
The second time was in broad daylight, wearing hi viz jackets, hard hats and snoods covering their faces. Funny now but not at the time
Report Rico-Dangleflaps August 4, 2022 1:46 PM BST
i nicked the safes from half a dozen back in the day but wobbery was too much clink.
Report mitolo August 4, 2022 2:32 PM BST
long ago i found there was a gaping hole in one of the big firms security so i got a job there. every shop i was in, i got a key cut, not that you needed to as there were so many knocking around. when a manger had a day off, they would leave the safe code on a pad for the relief manager.

id send my mate in with a load of bets for late settling events like poofball coupons and irish lotto and ppots at wolver. they would go through the till and put in the safe, to be settled next morning. id go in at 4 am, open safe, stick in a few winners and send him back in next day. anything under 3k wasnt checked. we had 4 shops to go at and it was the greatest but typically, i messed it up by staying in boozer all night, and made a mistake on a ppot that lead to it paying a bazillion quid.

camera came out, alarm bells and every big payout was checked going back 3 months. could have gone on until epos came in. wac.

they knew it was me but couldnt do anything about it.
Report hulk23 August 4, 2022 2:51 PM BST
cashier at Burnt Ash Road got sacked for not getting him signed up for a grid card ...
Report duffy August 4, 2022 3:47 PM BST
Betting shop armed robberies arrest made

Must have got caught when he put his gun down to carry the fruit machine out the front doorGrin
Report hulk23 August 4, 2022 3:50 PM BST
stole 3 grand, lost £2,430 on the fobt on the way out. 

still well ahead.
Report mitolo August 4, 2022 7:34 PM BST
you advocating bashing someone on the bonce? thats not nice and could be fatal.

there aint much banking to be done nowadays. cards and machines mostly
Report SlippyBlue August 5, 2022 10:46 AM BST
If you think that I was being even remotely serious then you simply don't 'get' me at all. Not that it would bother me either way of course.
Report the dealer August 5, 2022 10:54 AM BST
You seem very clued up on robberies Slippy Laugh
Report DroopysGregKinkysNap August 5, 2022 12:44 PM BST

Aug 3, 2022 -- 3:47PM, Fashion Fever wrote:


monkey a shop not bad amazed he got that


You get more arbing imo

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