Man charged over knife-point robbery at John Angell jeweller's in Tonbridge High Street
A man has been charged over a knife-point robbery at a jeweller's in Tonbridge.
Police were called to John Angell jeweller's, in High Street, at 9.30am last Wednesday.
A man had allegedly entered the store carrying a knife before asking to look at a selection of rings, believed to be worth around £3,000, and fleeing.
No one was harmed during the incident, after which officers searched the area and spoke to witnesses.
Police later stopped a car on the A20 at Ditton at 1.55pm.
Peter Sanderson, 50, from Fairmeadow in Maidstone was arrested and charged with robbery and possessing an offensive weapon.
The 50-year-old appeared before magistrates on Saturday, October 5, where he was remanded in custody.
He is due before Maidstone Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on Friday, October 25.
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