Sikander Khan, 23, resident of Clarence Street, Darwen sentenced to 5 years and 7 months in prison at Preston Crown Court, for threatening people with glass bottle and with an imitation firearm to rob them.
He was found guilty to two counts of robbery and one offence of possessing an imitation firearm. On November 28 last year, Sikander Khan approached a teenage boy in Blackburn town centre and threatened him with a glass bottle and asked him to hand over his mobile phone.
One week after, Sikander Khan followed a 20 years old boy in Oozehead Lane and threatened him with a firearm, and deprived him off form his iPhone.
Sikander was arrested and charged and after pleading guilty last month, sentenced to five years and seven months in prison. His victims were targeted for their phones which left both men fearing for their safety.
Although he did not harmed anyone, but used the threat of violence, threatening with a glass bottle imitation firearm to kill them and forcing them to hand over their iPhones to him by posing a dangerous offender.
Finally he is brought to justice.
Original News Source: L&T