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Snodland pair Jack Hennessy and Keith Hodgson charged over string of betting shop raids across Kent

10 March 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Two Snodland men have been charged in connection with a series of robberies at bookmakers across Kent.

They are accused over six betting shops raids and one post office robbery between November and December last year.

Jack Hennessy, 27, of Pollyfield Close, and 32-year-old Keith Hodgson, of Holborough Road, Snodland, are due in court tomorrow charged with conspiracy to rob.

A CCTV image released by police after the raid at Ladbrokes in Snodland shows one man hurdling the counter while another stands guard

A CCTV image released by police after the raid at Ladbrokes in Snodland shows one man hurdling the counter while another stands guard

The robberies the pair have been charged in connection with took place at 

  • Corals, Tovil, on November 28
  • Corals, Chatham, on December 1
  • Betfred, Larkfield, on the same day
  • Post office, Grafty Green, December 2
  • Corals, Borough Green, on the same day
  • A Seat Ibiza car, Rochester, December 4
  • Ladbrokes, Snodland, December 9

Police released CCTV images of the raid at Ladbrokes in Snodland last December

Police released CCTV images of the raid at Ladbrokes in Snodland last December


They are set to appear before Medway Magistrates' Court via video link.

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