Oswestry woman, 32, admits robbing village shop
An Oswestry woman has admitted robbing a village shop on the Shropshire border.
Hayley Sudlow, 32, admitted robbing the shop in Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, near Oswestry, during an appearance at Mold Crown Court yesterday.
Sudlow, of Queen Elizabeth Close, Oswestry, had previously denied robbery and stealing a Colt 35 revolver during the incident in February.
She admitted the robbery charge and the theft charge was dropped.
Sudlow was remanded in custody pending sentence.
The court was told that a co-defendant had already admitted the charges.
Defendant Alan McNeill, 27, of Fairclough Road, Huyton, Liverpool, has previously been remanded in custody and both will be sentenced together at a date to be fixed.
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