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Three Islington males charged with Westminster moped robberies

PUBLISHED: 09:09 04 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:23 04 January 2018

Three males have been charged with theft. Picture: PA

Three males have been charged with theft. Picture: PA

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Three males from Islington have been charged with theft following a series of moped-enabled robberies in the early hours of yesterday morning in Westminster.

Jack Marsh, 21, of Canalside Square; Jack Burt, 22, of Britannia Row; and a 17-year-old youth also from Islington were each charged with six counts of theft.

Marsh and Burt were remanded in custody to appear at Southwark Crown Court at a later date.

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will appear in court later this month.

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