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Four men charged with theft of £120k from cash machines in Northfleet and Gravesend

Four men have been charged with the theft of around £120,000 from cash machines.

ATMs in London Road, Northfleet, and Valley Drive, Gravesend, are reported to have been tampered with on January 11 and then again six days later.

ATMs in Northfleet and Gravesend are reported to have been targeted.
ATMs in Northfleet and Gravesend are reported to have been targeted.

A further five offences are believed to have taken place across Essex and London, including Bromley between December 31 and January 24.

Petru-Giani Feraru, 22, of no fixed address, Razvan Danaila, 30, of Garnett Way, Walthamstow, Robert Danaila, 25, of Ilford lane, Ilford, and Victor Camara, 32, of Eldeland, Basildon, have each been charged with conspiracy to steal.

They have all been remanded in custody to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Monday February 24.

A 31-year-old man from Wolverhampton was also arrested in connection with the investigation and has been released, pending further enquiries.

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