A man have been sentenced over an armed holdup in which they terrorised a female worker at a NSW bowling club.
As seen in the video above, Brent Henderson and Joel Shoesmith were armed with a shotgun and a sledgehammer when they stormed the Abermain Bowling Club in 2017.
At the time, a lone female employee was closing up the venue, in the NSW Hunter Valley, when the men smashed their way in.
Security vision of the attack shows the two men bind the woman’s hands with duct tape before they help themselves to the till.
The employee is seen emptying the machines as the men stand over her.
She’s then forced back to the ground with her arms and legs again bound with duct tape.
Henderson and Shoesmith made off with $16,000.
Their getaway car was later found destroyed.
Shoesmith was arrested at the time and later pleaded guilty.
He was subsequently jailed for four years.
Henderson was arrested three months later.
In the three and a half years since then, there have been two failed trials, a hung jury and a blanket suppression order on the matter.
Henderson has been found guilty of the armed robbery and on Monday was sentenced to a maximum of seven years and six months behind bars.
But with time already served, he could be out of prison as early as 2023.