Chandler's Ford shooting: Four were convicted armed robbers

Daily Echo: Dramatic image of the moment  Nunes held a gun to the head of a security guard

3:07pm Friday 31st October 2008

Four out of seven members of a security van robbery gang whose leader was shot dead by police in Hampshire have served jail terms for similar offences, a court heard today.

Chandler's Ford shooting: Deadly end to robbers crime spree

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12:28pm Saturday 4th October 2008

How police marksman’s pinpoint accuracy felled a gangleader who was aiming a gun at bank security guard’s head

Chandler's Ford robbery gang guilty

Daily Echo: FLASHBACK: The scene moments after the robbery at HSBC Chandler’s

1:00pm Friday 3rd October 2008

Four men were convicted today of being part of a robbery gang whose crime spree only ended when the mastermind and his accomplice were shot dead by police in Hampshire.

Chandler's Ford shooting: Dramatic picture

Daily Echo: The moment the raid started

2:16pm Friday 3rd October 2008

This is the moment when an armed robber brought terror to a leafy Hampshire village.

Dramatic footage captured by police surveillance team

Daily Echo: The moment the raid started

2:22pm Friday 3rd October 2008

It was the moment an 18-month crime spree was brought to a dramatic end with brutal efficiency in just a few fatal seconds.

Timeline of the Chandler's Ford raid

Daily Echo:  The four men were convicted today of being part of a robbery gang - Terence Wallace, Adrian Johnson, Leroy Wilkinson and Victor Iniod

2:21pm Friday 3rd October 2008

Here is a timeline of events that led to the shooting of Mark Nunes and Andrew Markland and arrest of the robbery gang: April 28 2006: Two men wearing blue overalls rob a security guard of a cashbox containing £25,000 as he makes a delivery to the National Westminster Bank in Wells Road, Bristol.

No evidence police commited any criminal offence in shooting

Daily Echo: No evidence police commited any criminal offence in shooting

2:20pm Friday 3rd October 2008

There is no evidence that police marksmen who shot dead two armed robbers committed any criminal offences, independent investigators said today.

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