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Sittingbourne man charged after string of burglaries in Sheerness


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A man is due in court accused of three - including one that saw milk stolen from a home.

Alfie Chambers, 60, of Chalkwell Road, Sittingbourne, has been charged with three counts of burglary and one count of fraud in relation to the string of crimes in Sheerness.

Milk was reportedly stolen from a property in Second Avenue, Sheerness. Picture: Google Street View
Milk was reportedly stolen from a property in Second Avenue, Sheerness. Picture: Google Street View

The first burglary reportedly happened on September 27, and saw milk stolen from a property in Second Avenue.

The second took place in Victoria Street on 29 September, and saw a number of low value items and £200 allegedly stolen.

The third incident on Monday (October 4) saw a designer watch, money and debit cards reportedly taken from another home in Hillside Avenue.

The fraud charge relates to an incident on September 13, when a stolen debit card was reportedly used to purchase cigarettes and alcohol at a shop in Sheerness.

Mr Chambers has been remanded in custody, and is due to appear before Medway Magistrates Court today.

To read more of our in depth coverage of all of the major trials coming out of crown and magistrates' courts across the county, click here.

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