Six people have been found guilty of involvement in a firebomb attack on a Nottingham police station last summer.

Four Nottingham men and two teenage boys were found guilty of rioting after a trial at the city’s Crown Court. A fifth man was acquitted.

One of the men, Lance Francis, 25, was also convicted of arson with intent to endanger life over the firebomb attack on Canning Circus police station.

The men will be sentenced on Friday and the teenagers at a later date.

Francis, of no fixed address, was also found guilty of perverting the course of justice.

Callum Powell, 20, of Top Valley; Shaundrie Robinson, 22, of Hyson Green and Gregory Coleman, 20, of Broxtowe, were convicted of rioting

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