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Gillingham man Dennis Milov, 33, denies attempted abduction of baby at Chatham's Pentagon Shopping Centre

06 November 2012
by Danny Boyle

The Pentagon Shopping Centre, Chatham.

The mother claimed her child was targeted at the Pentagon shopping centre

A man has today denied trying to snatch a baby in a Chatham shopping centre car park.

Dennis Milov, 33, from Gillingham, pleaded not guilty to attempted abduction at Medway Magistrates' Court.

He was released on bail ahead of a hearing at the same court on Monday, November 26.

The charge came after a mother reported her 10-week-old girl was grabbed from her car at the Pentagon Shopping Centre.

A man is said to have approached the woman and her children at about 1.30pm on Friday.

No one was injured. Kent Police were called at just after 4pm.

Magistrates made a legal order banning the identity of the alleged victim being reported.

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