British members of masked gang who kidnapped man fled to Thailand and ate their SIM cards - now they've been jailed

Members of masked gang who kidnapped man fled to Thailand and ate their SIM cards - now they've been jailed

Four men have been sent down for their part in the terrifying incident

 

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Ashley Hodson, Scott Jeffries, David Boyd and Bradley Ward were jailed at Manchester Crown Court (Image: GMP)

 

A man was kidnapped from a cafe, bundled into a stolen car by masked thugs armed with a machete and hammer in broad daylight in a planned 'gangland' attack.

 

Scott Jeffries, 32, David Boyd, 34, Ashley Hodson, 34, and Bradley Ward, 22, have been jailed for their part in the incident.

 

Boyd and Hodson fled to Thailand, where they tried to eat their SIM cards in a desperate bid to destroy evidence. They were caught before being hauled before a judge.

 

Full story: https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/boyd-jeffries-hodson-ward-court-15511415

 

-- Manchester Evening News 2018-12-06

 

 

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