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'Very young, very stupid' teens who terrorised suburbia and stole luxury cars avoid jail

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Three teenagers have escaped custodial sentences despite being part of a burglary gang which terrorised affluent areas of Stockport and south Manchester.

Harley Moran, at the time 18, and a boy then aged 16, who cannot be named for legal reasons, took part in a series of terrifying night-time burglaries in which expensive cars were taken in the Heatons in Stockport and Didsbury in south Manchester between December 2021 and February 2022.

Today (Monday) the pair, and a third member of the gang, Quamen Simms-Henry, 18 at the time, who was found at the wheel two of the stolen cars, were handed branded 'very young, very stupid, very immature young men' by a judge who decided to show mercy and spare the trio custodial sentences. READ MORE: Man and woman deny murder after Liam Smith killed in shooting Moran and the 16-year-old boy took part in terrifying burglaries at homes while families including children were asleep.

Among the gang's victims was a couple of GPs who were left too traumatised to go to work the following day, a woman who lives alone and a couple with a newborn baby, Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court was told.

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