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TWO men who raided the same Brighouse jewellers twice in a week have been jailed.
Leeds duo Kiiam Kirby, 22, and Sam Hall, 22, admitted they were part of a sledgehammer wielding gang that attacked five jewellery stores and two banks.
The gang, some of whom have not been traced, stole £831,000 of jewellery from premises in West Yorkshire.
A PERVERT aged 76 downloaded almost 8,000 child porn images.
But Laurence Williams, of Honley, escaped jail when he appeared at Bradford Crown Court.
Instead the disgraced Williams was given a 12-month jail sentence, suspended for two years.
The pensioner who became obsessed with downloading disgusting child porn from the internet narrowly avoided an immediate prison sentence.
A GASTROPUB run by an award-winning Huddersfield chef has closed – allegedly leaving customers and businesses out of pocket.
The Old Bore at Rishworth, near Ripponden, has closed down.
Diners with reservations turned up to find themselves locked out and those who had purchased dining vouchers were unable to redeem them.
A £5,000 reward was today offered by a Huddersfield garage – to trap two car thieves.
Staff at Quarry Garage also released CCTV footage of one of the men who was thought to be behind the theft of a Nissan XTrail from the Mount complex.
It is believed one of the men had sneaked into a cleaning bay to pick up car keys to the silver Nissan.
Quarry spokesman Allen Hainsworth said: “We want to send a message out to thieves that they cannot get away with it.
TRAFFIC was severly disrupted this morning after a three vehicle crash on the M62 near Ainley Top.