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Suspect arrested in connection with damage caused to Hospices of Hope charity shops in west Kent

Police have arrested a man in connection with damage to Hospices of Hope charity shops in a string of towns.

During the past month windows have been broken at stores run by the charity in Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and near Sevenoaks.

Suspect arrested in connection with damage caused to Hospices of Hope charity shops in west Kent
Suspect arrested in connection with damage caused to Hospices of Hope charity shops in west Kent

The charity has reported damage totalling tens of thousands of pounds, with shops also targeted in Faversham and in areas outside of Kent, including Bexley and Pimlico in central London.

The suspect - a 43-year-old man from east London - was arrested in the Waltham Forest area at around 8.30am today and he currently remains in custody.

If you have any information call Kent Police on 01622 604100 quoting reference 46/111918/20

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