Police appeal over Dawlish robbery that left man with broken jaw

Police appeal over Dawlish robbery that left man with broken jaw

Police appeal over Dawlish robbery that left man with broken jaw

First published in Devon

Police are appealing for the public’s helping in finding a man suspected of being involved in the robbery of a Dawlish holiday park last summer.

Dean Smart  is wanted in connection with a robbery at Golden Sands Holiday Park in Dawlish Warren in the early hours of August 27th.

Three other men have been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. They remain on remand in prison, awaiting trial.

27-year-old Smart, who is from the Bath area, is considered dangerous, and police believe he is actively evading capture.

Officers would appreciate any information that the public may have surrounding his whereabouts. Anyone seeing him should not approach him but call police, immediately on 999, or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, quoting JG/13/1616.

The robbery at the Golden Sands Holiday complex saw robbers wearing balaclavas forcing  members of staff to open a safe containing a large quantity of cash.

One member of staff was assaulted and sustained a fractured jaw.

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