Two in court over Beverley jewellery shop armed robbery

Police officer outside of jewellers Watches worth about £200,000 were stolen in the raid

Two men have appeared in court over an armed robbery at a jewellery shop in East Yorkshire.

About £200,000 worth of watches were stolen in the raid on Guest and Philips Jewellers in Beverley on 6 August 2013.

At Hull Crown Court, Kevin Smith, 22, of Thorne Road, Stainforth, South Yorkshire, admitted conspiracy to rob.

Jack O'Neil, 19, of Haigh Gardens, Leeds, pleaded not guilty to the same charge. Both were remanded in custody until 30 June.

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