Joseph Tullett jailed for three-day Kent robbery spree

Joseph Tullett Joseph Tullett was caught hiding in an alleyway after his last robbery

A man who who went on a three-day armed robbery spree has been sentenced to eight years in prison.

Joseph Tullett, 28, of no fixed address, robbed four shops in Chatham, Kent, using an imitation firearm for three of them.

He was caught hiding in an alleyway after his last robbery at a chemists on 2 May.

He pleaded guilty to robbery and possession of an imitation firearm at Maidstone Crown Court.

Det Sgt Darryll Paulson, from Kent Police, said: "Tullett embarked on a spree of violent offences, four in three days, which left his victims severely distressed and fearful."

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