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Four men charged with Brentwood town centre thefts

13:40 31 March 2014

Four men have been charged with thefts from Brentwood town centre stores.

Deimantas Kvietkauskas, 24, of no fixed abode, appeared at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Saturday charged with theft from Boots.

The three others have been charged with theft and released on bail to appear at Basildon Magistrates’ Court on April 14.

Rolandas Golumbauskas, 42, of Bernards Close, Ilford, was also charged with theft from the pharmaceutical and cosmetics store.

Gintaras Katauskas, 27, and Sergej Sandalov, 28, both of Stafford Road, Manor Park, were charged with theft from Wilkinson.

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