Daniel Stevenson secures convictions in fake security van raid
March 4, 2019
Daniel Stevenson successfully prosecuted two accomplices who conspired to steal almost £320,000 from a cash-in-transit vehicle and to make a false report of a robbery to the police to cover up the theft.
Cash-in-transit driver Jimmy Kursley Doolly and William Williams agreed with another individual to steal the contents of the cash-in-transit van driven by Doolly by staging a fake robbery and setting fire to the vehicle said to have been used by the robbers.
This complex investigation was undertaken by officers of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate. The investigation centred around the mobile telephone contact between the conspirators, as well as the movements of their associated vehicles and mobile telephones.
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