10:30AM, Wednesday 13 August 2014
Two men accused of carrying out a robbery at this year's Royal Windsor Horse Show pleaded guilty yesterday..
They will be sentenced next month.
Karl Cashman, 22, of no fixed address and Jay Watts, 24, of Pendragon Road, Bromley were arrested in Datchet on the evening of Saturday, May 17 - two miles from where the horse show was being held in the private area of Home Park.
Earlier in the day two men had been robbed in a catering company's temporary office at the horse show - losing cash and their mobile phones.
Cashman and Watts pleaded guilty this week at Reading Crown Court and will be sentenced on Friday, September 26.
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