A screwing up outfitted looter who assaulted a bookies was effortlessly gotten by police – on the grounds that he had before abandoned his CV at the scene.
Umar Mirza, 26, chose to burglarize the Paddy Power shop after he neglected to land a position there, and grabbed Â£17,000.
He strolled into the branch on Hurst Road in Birmingham at 8.25am on Walk 27 wearing a hood and a cover and requested money in the wake of creating a dark weapon – which later ended up being a BB firearm.
Be that as it may, officers could find the law breaker since he had beforehand left his CV, containing all his own points of interest, with the supervisor of the shop.
Mirza expelled his mask as he was leaving the store, which means administration were effectively ready to distinguish him on CCTV and passed his data to officers.
A court heard police later recuperated a wagering slip at his home, on which the betting someone who is addicted had composed: ‘I have a firearm, open the entryway or I will shoot you.’
Mirza, of Aston, Birmingham, already conceded theft and having an impersonation gun and was imprisoned for a long time at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday.
Prosecutor Victimize Cowley said police could just distinguish Mirza as the criminal utilizing the points of interest on the CV.
He said he burst into the stofre and requested a female laborer open the protected, at that point made her fill a bearer sack with Â£16,700 in notes, Â£360 in coins and furthermore Â£200 taken from the till.
At the point when officers looked through Mirza’s home they found an impersonation gun, the transporter sack the debilitating note composed on a wagering slip.
Mirza was additionally present when another man, Usman Shahmaun, 22, utilized a similar weapon to attempt to victimize a Paddy Power in the Washwood Heath range on April 29.
On that event an overcome chief had initiated an alert, filling the premises with smoke. Equipped police arrived rapidly and Shahmaun was captured adjacent.
Shahmaun, of Ward End, Birmingham, was condemned to three years and four months in the wake of conceding to endeavored theft, having an impersonation gun and a blade.
Devon Little, guarding Mirza, stated: ‘He had a long-standing betting enslavement which had been continuing for three or four years. He had built up a fixation on web based betting.’
He said Mirza, who had filled in as a forklift truck driver, had been permitted to keep running up a Â£22,000 obligation with one firm of bookies over a 11-month time frame, and owed another Â£2,000.