The Mitchell brothers are back in prison after being convicted of robbing a petrol station in Orpington.

Perry and John Mitchell, 30 and 35, were sentenced to five years and five months after the robbery at Chimes Petrol Station on Sevenoaks Road on October 8 last year.

The brothers, from St Mary Cray, were sentenced last week.

In January of last year Cray Valley East joked on Twitter to say they "weren’t fooled by the new haircut" after arresting John Mitchell, who they described as a regular.

He was wanted on recall to prison to serve the remainder of his sentence and he was also arrested in 2017 after breaching the terms of his release.

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Brother Perry also has prior convictions for burglary and theft.

Petts Wood & Knoll SNT on Twitter praised officers in the Crays for the conviction.

The statement read: "This is some of the great work your team have been involved in."