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.