Two North Yorkshire conmen who defrauded pensioners out of thousands of pounds have been jailed.
Father and son Bernard and Barney Collins from Harrogate dishonestly charged elderly and vulnerable victims for sub standard work to their house and gardens.
One of the victims had Alzheimer's disease - they even took her to the bank to withdraw her money.
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