Man denies acting as getaway driver in Northamptonshire Apple repair shop raid

Northampton Crown Court NNL-140423-093950001
Northampton Crown Court NNL-140423-093950001

A man who is alleged to have acted as a getaway driver for a raid on a Northamptonshire computer repair store has denied his part in the burglary.

Adrian Snape, of Camelot Way in Birmingham pleaded not guilty to a charge of burglary at Northampton Crown Court yesterday.

This is a burglary where it is alleged the defendant acted as the getaway driver

The 30-year-old is alleged to have been one of two people involved in a raid of the Everything Apple repair outlet on High Street, Weedon, in which two laptops and a number of phone covers were taken.

Prosecuting Jenna Allen said: “This is a burglary where it is alleged the defendant acted as the getaway driver.

“He was seen by the complainant sitting at a set of traffic lights with the engine running.”

Miss Allen said Snape and his accomplice were later picked up by police on the M6 motorway near Birmingham.

Judge Lynn Tayton ordered Snape to reappear at Northampton Crown Court on Monday, June 8 for trial.