VIDEO: Dramatic CCTV of Louth Eastgate Jewellers robbery
Police have released dramatic CCTV footage of the terrifying robbery of Eastgate Jewellers in Louth.
Two men, Christopher London, 25 and Damion Clark, 30, wore motorcycle helmets as they entered the store and smashed up display cabinets on June 24.
The CCTV shows the pair helping themselves to jewellery, stuffing it into a bag.
When they try to leave, members of the public, who had already removed the keys from the pair's motorbike and tipped it over, blocked the door.
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Clark was detained by the public, who included a retired policeman after he tried to steal a car to flee the scene.
London fled towards Kidgate Primary Academy School, where he was confronted by deputy head teacher Paul Lidbury.
The robber fled, and was later arrested in a back garden.
The pair, both from Grimsby, were jailed for a total of ten years.
Judge Sean Morris branded Clark ‘dangerous’ and sentenced him to six years in jail with an extended three-and-a-half years on licence.
London, who pleaded guilty to robbery and also asked for 12 other offences to be taken into account, was jailed for four years.