Moment groom-to-be, 25, tried to rob corner shop at gunpoint after he lost savings to an online scam

An armed groom-to-be tried to rob a corner shop after he lost the money he needed for his wedding to a cryptocurrency con.

Louis Crosby ‘naively’ converted his savings into a digital cash investment but had been the victim of an online scam and lost the lot.

Newcastle Crown Court heard within an hour of finding out all of his money had gone, the 25-year-old walked into a Premier shop in Sunderland, armed with a pistol and ordered ‘give me the money, I have a gun.’

However, the store owner and…

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