Police have arrested a third man in connection with the robbery of a mum on the school run.
Thieves stole almost £150,000 worth of jewellery from Jane Williams as she waited for her children at the gates of Moorlands School, on Foxhill Drive in Weetwood, Leeds, on October 7, 2011.
They then stole a car being driven by off-duty police Thomas Powell, but crashed moments later.
Anthony Clarke, of Hemingway Garth, Hunslet, Leeds, was jailed for eight years in January last year after admitting robbery and blackmail.
Daniel Inamder, 30, of Albion Street, was found not guilty of two charges of robbery after a trial at Leeds Crown Court last month.
Now police have arrested a third man, believed to be 33-year-old Dean Carden.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “The man was arrested from a central location in Leeds on Wednesday afternoon at around 5pm.”
Detectives were continuing to question him yesterday.
The arrest comes two months after police said they were trying to trace Dean Carden in connection with the robbery.
The spokesman said: “Police can confirm they are no longer looking for Dean Carden, or Dean Gilmour as he is also known.”