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Tonbridge: 12-year-old boy charged with stealing e-cigarettes and e-liquids from Co-op supermarket in Martin Hardie Way

By David Gazet

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with burgling e-cigarettes and e-liquids from a supermarket in Tonbridge. 

The Co-op store in Martin Hardie Way was broken into on July 11 and the youth was charged with the offence and bailed to appear at Maidstone Youth Court on January 18.

He will also face separate charges for a shoplifting offence in Derwent Road on June 14 and the theft of a bicycle in Martin Hardie Way on October 22. 

Co-Op in Martin Hardie Way

Co-Op in Martin Hardie Way

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