Published: 16:39, 24 November 2020
| Updated: 13:21, 25 November 2020
A man charged with the theft of a Harry Potter-style classic car, once admired by actor Rupert Grint, has appeared in court.
Following a police investigation, Richard Matthews was charged with burglary.
The 36-year-old formerly of Ingoldsby Road, Folkestone, appeared before Folkestone Magistrates' Court on Friday, November 20.
The case was adjourned until Monday, December 21, when it will be heard at Canterbury Crown Court.
The car is a replica of the one seen flying in one of the films about the boy wizard.
It is owned by Steven Wickenden, of Walmer, who hires it out for themed weddings, birthday parties, fun days and TV and movie filming.
It is also used in local fundraising events.