Men from Romford and Hornchurch charged after alleged Tesco burglary
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Three men from Havering have been charged following an alleged burglary in Theydon Bois.
Police were called to Tesco in Coppice Row just before 5.15am on Sunday, September 30.
Connor Emeny, 27, from Lynton Avenue in Romford, Ryan Keeling, 19, from Prospect Place in Romford and Ben Hawkins, 28, from Plumpton Avenue in Hornchurch were arrested on Sunday and have now been charged with burglary.
Mr Hawkins was also charged with using a motor vehicle in a public place without third party insurance.
In addition, Aaron House, 29, of no fixed bode was charged with burglary.
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The group will appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on November 5.
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