Coventry & Warwickshire

Coventry machete robbery: Man jailed for six years

Sebastyon Alexander Wint
Image caption Wint pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery

A man has been jailed for six years for his part in a burglary in which a man and his daughter were injured with a machete.

Sebastyon Alexander Wint, 30, of Hornsey Close, in Coventry, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery at Warwick Crown Court.

A man, 43, lost an eye and suffered head injuries in the attack at Hill Road in Keresley End on 29 February.

His 19-year-old daughter had serious injuries to her arm.

The attack happened in the family's home.

Warwickshire Police said it still wanted to hear from anyone who had any information about others involved in the robbery which the force described as a "horrific attack".

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