Two men in court to face Domino’s Pizza robbery charges

PUBLISHED: 11:25 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:35 15 November 2017

Police taped off the pizza takeaway last week while forensics examined the scene.

Police taped off the pizza takeaway last week while forensics examined the scene.

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Two men have been charged over robberies in Weston.

Adam Gregory and Michael Williams appeared in court on Monday accused of carrying out a robbery at Domino’s Pizza in Boulevard during the early hours of November 8. An axe was allegedly used.

Police believe two further robberies on members of the public in Worthy Place and South Terrace last week are linked to the Domino’s raid.

Gregory, aged 19, and Williams, aged 22, face two counts of robbery, and one of affray and possessing an offensive weapon. Williams is also accused of theft.

MORE: Armed robbery in Weston-super-Mare town centre.

Both men, of no fixed abode, appeared at North Somerset Courthouse this week and have been remanded in custody ahead of a hearing on December 11 at Bristol Crown Court.

A police spokesman said: “Four other people have been arrested in connection with this investigation.

“They have all been released under investigation while enquiries continue.”


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