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G4S employee handed two-year sentence after making bomb threat

Daniel Garland jailed for blackmail after sending letter threatening to blow up G4S vans and demanding £1m

A G4S employee who sent an anonymous letter threatening to blow up vans and demanding £1m from the firm issued an apology to colleagues from court before he was locked up for two years for blackmail.

Daniel Garland, 20, caused work to halt at the cash-handling depot in Thornaby, Teesside, when he posted the chilling note in January saying he had planted remotely controlled “mini-bombs” on vehicles.

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