Three charged after series of ATM thefts

News 20-11-2017


UPDATED Three charged after series of ATM thefts

Updated on 12/1/18 at 6:05 p.m.

Three people have been charged in connection with a series of ATM attacks across the East Midlands and neighbouring counties last year.

Heathan Hall, 27, of Copt Oak, Markfield, has been charged with conspiring to steal motor vehicles between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire and conspiring to commit burglaries other than a dwelling with intent to steal between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire.

Wayne Smith, 35, of Manor Road, Barlestone, has been charged with conspiring to steal motor vehicles between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire and conspiring to commit burglaries other than a dwelling with intent to steal between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire

Swaly Price, of no fixed address, has been charged conspiring to steal motor vehicles between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire and conspiring to commit burglaries other than a dwelling with intent to steal between 18 May and 7 October at various locations in Leicestershire

They have been remanded to appear at Leicester Magistrates’ Court in the morning (13 January).

Two women, aged 31 and 26, both from Leicestershire, arrested on suspicion of possessing criminal property, and a 62-year-old man from Derbyshire, arrested on suspicion of offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act have all been released from custody pending further investigation.

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