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Police welcome sentences for Milford Haven Robbery

Dyfed-Powys Police has welcomed the sentences handed to all five of the individuals involved in the Milford Haven robbery in October 2012.

The offence involved the theft of a large quantity of cash, which was subsequently recovered.

Michael Lash-Larbie, 26: 10 years for Robbery and section 18 wounding
Jordan Reinhardt, 30: 8 years and 6 months consecutive for dangerous driving (and also disqualified from driving for 3yrs)
Bradley Clancy, 21: 9 years for Robbery
Ian Jenkins, 26: 10 years for Robbery and section 18 wounding).
A 17 year-old youth offender was sentenced to 7 years for Robbery and section 18 wounding

All five pleaded guilty to the Robbery, which occurred late evening in Edward Street, Milford Haven on 11 October 2012. However, Jenkins and Lash-Larbie also pleaded guilty to Section 18 Assault and Reinhardt pleaded guilty to Dangerous Driving.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Williams said: “This was a serious offence and an extremely violent and planned attack, which had a significant impact on the victims and local community. The sentences today should act as a clear deterrent to any persons who consider committing such offences in our area. We will always dedicate the necessary resources in order to bring those responsible to justice.

“Today’s sentencing is a good result for us, for the police service and for justice as a whole, as it demonstrates we’re not going to let criminals get away with violent offences.”