Detention for pair who put on boiler suits and gloves to rob Hilltown shop

Dundee Sheriff Court heard that Ryan Ferrie, 18, and Scott Reid, 20, had entered S&R Newsagents in the Hilltown in July wearing hoodies, boiler suits and latex gloves.

The pair had run out of money but wanted to continue their drink and drug binge, and when Ferrie’s parents refused them cash they drew up the plan to rob the shop.

Sheriff George Way said the offence came during a week-long binge and Ferrie’s actions were not those of a “young person in turmoil” but someone who had been denied money from the bank of mum and dad.

Defending Ferrie, David Duncan said: “He’s sickened and ashamed by his actions.

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