Man jailed for Hull bank robberies
A BANK robber has been jailed for more than seven years for robbing two banks in two days.
Dean Andrew Wray, 42, handed cashiers notes claiming he had a fully-loaded revolver and would shoot them unless they filled bags with money for him. He made off with a total of £5,475 from the two raids last month.
Hull Crown Court heard Wray, who has more than 150 previous convictions including for theft and burglary, had only been released from prison five days before the first raid.
Today, Wray pleaded guilty to robbing the Yorkshire Bank in Princes Avenue, west Hull, on February 5 and the NatWest bank in Hessle Road, west Hull, on February 6.
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Jailing him for seven years and four months, Judge Mark Bury told Wray: "You have a wretched record of criminal offences."
For the full story with reaction from detectives who led the hunt for Wray, see tomorrow's Mail.