Rotherham man jailed for part in armed robbery on working men’s club

Paul Edward Creswick, 29, of Twentylands, Treeton, has been jailed for six years for his part in the armed robbery of Carcroft Working Men's Club
Paul Edward Creswick, 29, of Twentylands, Treeton, has been jailed for six years for his part in the armed robbery of Carcroft Working Men's Club
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A Rotherham man has been jailed for his part in an armed robbery on a working men’s club.

Paul Creswick, 29, from Twentylands, Treeton, has been jailed for six years and nine months after admitting conspiracy to commit burglary.

Shane McMillan, aged 30, 27-year-old Thomas Marvell and Nathan Goudercourt, 20, all of Worksop, admitted their part in a robbery at Carcroft Working Men’s Club, during which they stole £30,000 and threatened residents with weapons including a screwdriver and a shotgun.

McMillan and Marvell have both been jailed for 16 years while Goudercourt was jailed for 10 years. Mark Eden, 44, of Askern, was also jailed for six-and-half years after admitting conspiracy to commit burglary and being concerned in the supply of Class B drugs.