WISBECH ST MARY: Two men among those accused of breaking into bank cash machines
FOUR men, two of them from Wisbech St Mary, accused of breaking into bank cash machines across the Midlands admitted conspiracy charges when they appeared before Lincoln Crown Court. Geoffrey Manning ,33, of Seadyke Bank, Wisbech St Mary; John Smith ,35,
FOUR men, two of them from Wisbech St Mary, accused of breaking in to bank cash machines across the Midlands admitted conspiracy charges when they appeared before Lincoln Crown Court.
Geoffrey Manning ,33, of Seadyke Bank, Wisbech St Mary; John Smith ,35, of Edgerley Drain Road; Peterborough; Wesley Smith ,25, of Flag Fen View, Palmers Road, Peterborough; and Steven Upton ,27, of Seadyke Road, Wisbech St Mary; all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burgle between 1 April 2006 and 31 October 2007.
Judge Michael Heath adjourned sentence until next month and all four men were remanded into custody.
Two other men admitted conspiracy to steal. They were Jason Bingley ,29, of East Water Crescent, Peterborough; and Ross Drew ,35, of Godwit Crescent, Whittlesey.
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Both were granted conditional bail and will be sentenced alongside the other four defendants.
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