Three teenagers have pleaded guilty to a number of offences in connection with robberies which occurred in Watford.
The teenagers, one aged 14 and two aged 15, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were charged in connection with six offences which took place between December 4, 2018 and January 5, 2019.
All three appeared before remand court on Tuesday, January 8, where they were released on conditional bail pending their next hearing at Central Herts Youth Court on January 16, where they pleaded guilty to all offences.
Watford chief inspector Matt Phillips said: “While we do not have a robbery problem in Watford, I fully understand that incidents of this nature can cause concern in the community. We take all reports seriously and will do whatever we can to support our victims and bring offenders to justice.”
At the time of writing, they are on court bail to reappear before Central Herts Youth Court on February 6 for sentencing.