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Strood man Christopher Kelly charged over meat cleaver raid at Co-operative in Chatham

11 March 2014
by KentOnline reporter

A Strood man has been charged over a meat cleaver raid at a Chatham supermarket.

Christopher Kelly, of Columbine Road, was yesterday charged with robbery and shoplifting at the Co-operative.

The 33-year-old has been remanded in custody to appear at Medway Magistrates' Court today.

The Co-op in Kestrel Road, Chatham, was raided

The Co-op in Kestrel Road, Chatham, was raided

Police were called to the store in Kestrel Road at about 9pm on Saturday, February 22.

It was reported a man entered the shop and produced a large knife, described as a meat cleaver, before fleeing with a large amount of cash.

Kelly is charged with robbery at the shop on February 22 and shoplifting at the same store on Sunday, February 9.

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