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Bedford brothers plead guilty after robbery

8 Nov 2017

Two brothers from Bedford have pleaded guilty to robbing a number of elderly women following a crime spree earlier this year.

Marvin Lendor, 29, of Atterdale Walk, and Leon Lendor, 31, of Dover Crescent, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to rob after incidents between May and September involving 12 victims, during an appearance at Luton Crown Court via video link yesterday (Tuesday).

The brothers specifically targeted elderly and vulnerable women in Putnoe and Castle Road and the surrounding area, stealing their handbags and bank cards.

Both men also admitted conspiracy to steal from cars between May and September, as well as causing actual bodily harm to a man in May.

Marvin Lendor also pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm or imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, possession of a knife, and the theft of cash from a church in September.

They have been remanded in custody ahead of sentencing on 30 November.

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