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Burka wearing pair jailed for Phones 4 U robbery

Mohammed Sabek, (r), and Aneel Khan
Two men who concealed their identity by wearing burkas and carried out a robbery at a Phones 4 U store brandishing a meat cleaver, have been jailed for a combined total of 10 years. Mohammed Sabek, 27, and Aneel Khan, 28, who were both ex-employees of the company, approached a sales assistant  who was serving a customer at the time, threatened him wit...

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