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Two men charged after robbery near All Saints Church, Maidstone appear in court

Two men have appeared in court charged with a robbery in Maidstone which left one man needing medical treatment.

Earlier this month, a man in his 50s reported he had been robbed by two other men near All Saints Church on Mill Street.

All Saints Church on Mill Street. Picture: Google Street View
All Saints Church on Mill Street. Picture: Google Street View

During the incident, it is alleged the victim was pushed to the ground and had his watch stolen.

The fall left him with a serious leg injury and he was taken to hospital for medical treatment.

On Monday, Jack O’Reilly of Loose Road, Maidstone and Allen Mulcahy of Maidstone Road, Chatham were arrested at their homes and later charged with robbery.

Mr Mulcahy was also charged with possession of an imitation firearm, being a prohibited person in possession of ammunition for a firearm and possession of cannabis.

Both men appeared before Medway Magistrates’ Court where Mr Mulcahy, aged 28, was remanded and Mr O’Reilly, aged 30, was bailed to a hearing at Maidstone Crown Court on July 21.

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