Armed robbers jailed for 30 years for terrifying raid on Norfolk home The male victim was relaxing after work in his house near Norwich on the evening of November 1 last year, when three men burst in and put him and his partner through a terrifying ordeal.
At a sentencing hearing at Norwich Crown Court, prosecutor Duncan O'Donnell said the man was snoozing downstairs when Lithuanians Donatas Luksas, Paulius Malakauskas and Julius Pukys broke in shortly after 8.30pm. He said two of the men, armed with a hammer and knife, punched him in the face and rugby tackled him to the oakley official website ground. One shouted "where is the money?" while they punched him. He threw his wallet at them, but they shouted, "No, the safe." The court heard the man's partner was working in the upstairs office and heard the commotion. Paulius Malakauskas was jailed for 9 years for robbery. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary She thought her partner was playfighting with his son. But when she went downstairs she saw a man with a knife and turned to run. Mr O'Donnell said that as she got to the upstairs hallway, the third man confronted her. "He said 'keep calm. I just want your money'," he added. Thousands of pounds were in the home as the woman was cashing up their money. The men demanded to know where the money was. "The men quite clearly had inside information," said Mr O'Donnell, Donatas Luksas was jailed for 9 years for robbery. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary The authorized oakley dealers online man managed to break free and ran to the bathroom where he locked himself inside. But the robbers threatened to kill his partner if the couple did not tell them where the safe was. He shouted to her to take them to the safe in the kitchen and told them the combination. As soon discount real oakley sunglasses as they had the safe, the three men ran away. The couple called the police immediately and as officers approached the secluded home they saw a man crouching by outlet oakley sunglasses a Vauxhall Vivaro van. It was Julius Pukys. Officers questioned him and found the two other men in the van. All three were arrested and the safe was found unopened 100 yards from the van. Pukys, 25, of Dereham Road, Norwich, was jailed for 12 years at Norwich Crown Court on Tuesday.
Luksas, 24, of no fixed abode, Belfast, was jailed for nine years, while Malakauskas, 26, of Avondale Road, Nelson, Lancashire, was also jailed for nine years. All three pleaded guilty to two counts of robbery. In mitigation, their barristers argued the men were of previous good character and would struggle in jail in a foreign country.
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