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Alesha Ahmed sentenced in relation to robbery at parent’s house

November 26, 2012, 4:08 pm

Alesha Ahmed was today (Friday 16th November) sentenced to a 12 month custodial sentence suspended for 2 years at Southwark Crown Court in London.

The 24-year-old was charged with robbery following an incident at her parent’s house in Liverpool Road, Warrington, on 25th August 2010.

Alesha Ahmed was arrested the day after the incident and subsequently charged with robbery on 14th December 2010. At a subsequent court appearance, she pleaded guilty.

During the police investigation, a 25-year-old man from Bolton and a 28-year-old man from Worcester were arrested in connection with the incident. They were later released without charge.

Cash and jewellery were stolen during the robbery. None of the stolen items were ever recovered.

Detective Inspector Dougie Shaw, who is leading the investigation, said:

Alesha Ahmed has pleaded guilty to her involvement in a robbery at her parent’s home in Warrington on the evening of 25th August 2010 and has today been sentenced.

The men involved in the robbery remain outstanding. Enquiries are ongoing to identify these offenders and ensure they are brought to justice.

The case remains open and lines of investigation into the outstanding offenders are continuing.- DI Dougie Shaw, Cheshire Constabulary

As part of that investigation police have today issued CCTVstills of two men they would like to trace in connection with the incident.

The men were captured on CCTV at a petrol station in the Castle Bromwich area of Birmingham on the evening of 25th August 2010.

We are urging anyone who has any information, which could assist with our enquiries, to come forward. Extensive enquiries have been carried out in relation to this incident and our work is ongoing. We are committed to doing all we can to trace those responsible. - DI Dougie Shaw, Cheshire Constabulary

Anyone with any information in relation to the identity of the men is urged to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting Operation Ore or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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