This is the face of the teenager who mugged a 70-year-old woman in Margate in February this year. He's now been sent to prison for three years in an unexpected victory for justice.
The pensioner suffered a broken shoulder when she was pushed over and her handbag was snatched from her.
Oliver Beadell, 18, of no fixed home, admitted robbery in St John's Road in Margate on February 28 this year when he appeared at Canterbury Crown Court.
Beadell asked for two other offences, the attempted theft of a vehicle and a shoplifting offence, to be taken into consideration.
Det Sgt Mark Dennis said: “Beadell has received a substantial prison sentence for his crime and I am happy with the result. The sentence cannot take away the stress and pain felt by the victim.
“This should be a warning to others who consider committing similar offences against old and vulnerable members of our community in the future.”