Three found guilty of conspiracy to commit robberies at Ipswich Crown Court

Ipswich Crown Court

Ipswich Crown Court - Credit: Archant

Two men and a woman have been found guilty of being involved in a conspiracy to commit three robberies in Ipswich.

Before Ipswich Crown Court are Tyren Brooks, 26, of Campion Road, Ipswich, Darryl Malone, 24, of Harvey Road, Colchester, Colin Weeding, 27, of no fixed address and Sian Warner, 25, of Stonechat Road, Ipswich who have all denied conspiracy to commit robbery between March 3 and May 2 last year.

Brooks and a fifth defendant, Courtney Parker, 18, of Campion Road, Ipswich have denied two charges of converting criminal property on March 23 last year.

Brooks, Weeding and Warner were all found guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery and the jury will continue its deliberations in respect of Malone tomorrow.

Brooks and Parker were found guilty of the two charges of converting criminal property.

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The charges arose out of an investigation into raids at Dales Road post office on March 23 last year, Coral bookmakers in Stoke Park Drive, Ipswich on April 10 and the robbery of a G4S driver in Lovetofts Drive, Ipswich on May 1 last year.

All five defendants chose not to give evidence during the trial.

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