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Second man in court for robbery.

A SECOND man appeared in court yesterday charged with robbing a security guard of a cash box containing up to pounds 13,000 from outside a bank.

Mark Ricardo Lawlor, 26, from Olton, Solihull, appeared in custody at a preliminary hearing at Mold Crown Court.

He is charged with robbing a private security firm guard, at the entrance to Barclays Bank in Machynlleth on May 19.

Judge Dafydd Hughes adjourned the case for a plea and case management hearing on July 22.

He said the case of a second man who has already appeared in court charged with the robbery could be linked at that stage.

Micquel Daniel France, 24, of no fixed address but who comes from the Birmingham area, appeared at a short preliminary hearing at Mold Crown Court last week
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Date:Jun 4, 2011
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