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Man caught by have-a-go heroes admits trying to rob bank

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A MAN has admitted using a fake gun to try and rob a bank. Andrew Fernandez demanded money from the cashier at Lloyds Bank in Brighton Road, Coulsdon, on November 27 last year. The 47-year-old, of no fixed abode, was chased out of the bank by a local window cleaner, James Rowley, who had popped inside. He was then caught by Mr Rowley's colleague, Daniel Sandholm, who held him in the next-door road until police arrived. Mr Fernandez pleaded guilty at Kingston Crown Court today (Monday)to attempted robbery and possession of an imitation firearm. He also pleaded guilty to two counts of robbery and two further counts of possession of an imitation firearm, relating to offences on July 12 and September 27 last year. He has been remanded in custody to be sentenced at Kingston Crown Court on June 16.

Man caught by have-a-go heroes admits trying to rob bank


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