A gang of six men whose raid on a Norwich city centre jewellers was captured on camera have been jailed for a total of 37 years.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe men used picks, axes and sledgehammers to smash their way into the Winsor Bishop store on Wednesday, August 5, at around 10:50am.\r\n\r\nDozens of passers-by, who had gathered around the shop, filmed the raid on their mobile phone and the police received more than 40 999 calls. \r\n\r\nOnce outside the shop, the men got back onto their mopeds before picking up a silver transit van and made off out of the city down the A11, towards Thetford. \r\n\r\nA police helicopter was deployed and they followed the suspects to a wooded area off the A11 where officers intercepted them. All six men were arrested within an hour of the incident.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThree Cartier and one Rolex watch, worth around \u00a330,000, were recovered.\r\n\r\nAlfredo Rojasvagras, 24 from Islington, Bradley McMillan, 22 from Islington, Curtis Bradbury, 21 from Islington, Mark Moloney, 18, from Islington, Tommy McKenzie, 25 from Hillingdon and 17-year-old Dillon Zambon from Islington, all appeared before Norwich Crown Court yesterday after pleading guilty to the robbery at an earlier hearing. \r\n\r\nCurtis Bradbury received an 11-year extended jail sentence, while McKenzie, McMillan and Rojasvagras received a six year jail sentence each.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, Moloney was sentenced to five years and Zambon three years in a young offenders institute.\r\n\r\nDetective Constable Katie Barnard said the sentencing reflects the seriousness of the offence and sends a \u201cclear message that this type of crime will not be tolerated\u201d.