A Bradford woman has been jailed for her part in a “mean and thoroughly unpleasant" offence.

Stacey Ross, 33, was jailed for 14 months after admitting theft and assault occasioning actual bodily harm at Bradford Crown Court.

The incident saw her push a man off a wall and her sister Leah Ross, 28, throw a concrete slab at him while he was lying on the ground.

Stacey Ross, of Ferndale Grove, Bradford, then began rifling through their victim’s pockets and taking what she found, before asking a local shopkeeper to delete the incriminating CCTV footage.

She later called the police, giving a false name, to report an injured man.

The incident took place on February 10 near Edward’s Market store, Keighley Road,  Manningham, in an area often frequented by people drinking alcohol or taking drugs.

The court heard that Stacey Ross pushed the man four times. He was left with cuts to his face and the back of his head, as well as a black eye and grazing.

She stole his Nokia mobile phone, £20, cigarettes and a lighter.

Stacey Ross admitted theft and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Her sister will be sentenced at a later date for her part in the offence.

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