A DANGEROUS criminal who was part of a gang which carried out a spate of ruthlessly executed armed robberies in Brighouse has been given an indefinite prison sentence.
Dell Miller claimed to have provided stolen cars and acted as a getaway driver for the armed gang.
But the 36-year-old was on licence when he got involved in the raids.
Miller was involved in a gang of masked robbers who wielded crowbars, an axe and an imitation handgun during attacks on Neimantas Jewellers in Commercial Street, Brighouse, the Black Horse Inn, Clifton and the Armytage Arms also in Clifton earlier this year.
During the Neimantas raid the gang grabbed jewellery worth about £190,000.
Today he was told he will serve a minimum of five years and 44 days before being considered for release by the Parole Board after Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC imposed a sentence of imprisonment for public protection at Bradford Crown Court.
For the full story see Friday's Examiner.