Leeds man robbed security guard carrying cash then set fire to Qashqai
A man who robbed a security guard as they collected cash from a shop in Leeds has been locked up for more than a decade. Daniel Rozycki targeted a security guard as they transported money from the McColl’s convenience store in Broadgate Lane, Horsforth, at around 12.15pm on Friday, January 17, 2020. Moments after the robbery, the 31-year-old set fire to a Nissan Qashqai and the burnt out car was found nearby in Regent Court, Horsforth.
Keep up to date with the latest news from West Yorkshire courts by signing up for updates here . Rozycki stood trial at Leeds Crown Court and was convicted by a jury on Tuesday of robbery, arson and possession of an article with a blade or point. Rozycki, of Glensdale Road, was also convicted of a further charge of burglary.
A burnt out Nissan Qashqai was found in Regent Court, Horsforth, shortly after the robbery
A judge sentenced him to 10 years and six months in prison.
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