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Two women charged with crime rampage in Romford and Hornchurch to appear in court

PUBLISHED: 07:00 18 December 2017

The junction of Lyndhurst Drive and Hornchurch Road where the first incident happened. Picture: Google Maps

The junction of Lyndhurst Drive and Hornchurch Road where the first incident happened. Picture: Google Maps

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Two women, in their early 30s, charged with allegedly going on a crime rampage through Havering are due to appear court today.

Claire Kinsey, 32, of Putterill Close, Essex, is charged with two counts of robbery; one count of assault with intent to commit robbery; one count of dangerous driving; one count of drug-driving; and one count of handling stolen goods.

Gemma Gadsby, 31, of no fixed abode, is charged with two counts of robbery; two counts of assault with intent to commit robbery; and one count of handling stolen goods.

Stay tuned to the Recorder for more developments on the case.

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