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Two men charged with Brentwood burglary

PUBLISHED: 09:24 02 June 2014 | UPDATED: 09:24 02 June 2014

Two men who were arrested by police officers after being found close to a property in Brentwood that had been burgled have now been charged with two offences.

Jack Edwards, 18, from Prince Regent Lane, Stoke Newington, and Thomas Davis, 28 from Sark Walk, Stoke Newington, both in north London, have charged with a burglary on May 30 at Beehive Lane, Chelmsford, Essex, where jewellery was taken and a burglary in Ingrave Road, Brentwood, on the same day where various items were taken.

They have been remanded in police custody prior to their appearance at Basildon Magistrates Court today.

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