Dramatic footage has been released showing a police chase across the Isle of Grain after a ram raid.
Kent Police were called to the Co-op supermarket on Grain High Street at 3:04 a.m. on June 21 after ram-raiders smashed the storefront.
Cigarettes and alcohol were stolen from the store and extensive damage was reportedly caused.
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The three men have now been jailed for a combined total of around eight years.
Clint Londors, 48, attended the scene in his silver BMW X5 accompanied by Bradley Pearce, 39, and Jamie Turner, 39.
One of the videos shows the scene inside the store as the vehicle backs up past the store.
The first contact between the car and the window does very little damage, but several products fly off the shelves when the vehicle returns.
Pearce and Turner then got out of the vehicle carrying bags and entered the store where they stole cigarettes, alcohol, razor blades and football cards.
Londors then joined them to grab cases of lager beer, and in just four minutes the trio stole around Â£ 1,500 of items.
The second video shows the chase from inside the police car.
Londors could be seen crashing heavily before stepping back into the back of the cruiser.
He then rounded a roundabout in the wrong direction, heading counterclockwise and onto oncoming traffic on a four-lane carriageway, causing other vehicles to pull away.
Officers lost sight of the BMW near Frinsbury and patrols continued to search the area with the help of a police helicopter.
After an hour, Turner was found hiding in a wood.
Officers found a number of stolen items on their way towards him, while cigarettes and razor blades were found hidden in his clothing.
The BMW was unattended on a trail near Four Elms Hill, where it had sustained damage while crossing a hedge.
Pearce was later arrested after the police helicopter detected movement near a nearby treeline.
Londors was arrested on June 29 following a BMW ownership investigation.
CCTV footage from the cooperative as well as other evidence confirmed that the arrested men were the offenders and they were all charged with burglary. Londors was also charged with dangerous driving.
Pearce was also charged with a second count of burglary at a Rochester High Street store which occurred on June 17 and involved the theft of bridal accessories.
He and Turner both pleaded guilty in Maidstone Crown Court.
On October 15, Londors was sentenced to three years and eight months in prison, while also being disqualified for three years and six months.
Turner, who was also on probation at the time of the incident, was jailed for three years and four months /
Pearce was sentenced to two years and eight months in jail, including a concurrent three-month sentence in connection with the burglary on Rochester High Street.
Investigating Officer PC Rebecca Howlett of the Chief of Police’s Crime Squad said: “Damage from these criminals resulted in the store being shut down for three days while repairs costing Â£ 35,000 were been carried out.
âThe only post office in the area was located inside the premises and the closure caused considerable inconvenience to local residents, especially the elderly and those who could not get around.
âThese small local shops are vital to communities and this type of crime can affect the financial viability of the business and its ability to continue. These offenders showed no consideration for the impact of their crime, thinking only of making a quick profit from the sale of the stolen items. goods.
“The manner of driving as they sought to avoid arrest was reckless in the extreme and these men are well deserving of jail time.”
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