Shoplifters arrested after meat, clothes, chocolate and coffee stolen

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Two men will appear in court next week over shoplifting incidents in Milton Keynes.

David Wright, 34, of Shelley Close, Newport Pagnell, was charged on Wednesday (April 1) with two counts of theft from a shop and one count of making off without payment.

The theft charges relate to an incident in Stadium Way West on March 12, in which clothing was stolen, and an incident in Wordsworth Avenue on March 29 in which coffee and chocolates were stolen. The making off without payment charge relates to an incident in Aylesbury Street, Wolverton, on March 15, in which payment was not made for a taxi journey.

Nicholas Wright, 33, of Wordsworth Avenue, Newport Pagnell, was charged on Wednesday with five counts of theft from a shop.

The charges relate to an incident in High Street, Newport Pagnell, on March 5, in which meat was stolen from a shop, an incident in High Street, Newport Pagnell, on March 24, in which meat was stolen, an incident at a petrol station on the M1 at Little Linford on March 13, in which chocolate was stolen, an incident in a shop in High Street, Newport Pagnell on March 27, in which meat was stolen and an incident in Wordsworth Avenue on March 29, in which coffee and chocolates were stolen.

Both men were bailed to appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court on April 17.