UK police charge three suspects over record heist
LONDON, Marc 2 (Reuters) Police has charged three people in connection with last week's 53 million pounds (93.06 million dollars) raid on a security depot in southern England, the biggest cash robbery in British history.
Police yesterday said they had charged two men and a woman over the raid on the Securitas depot in the town of Tonbridge.
John Fowler, 57, a car salesman, was charged with conspiracy to rob the depot. He was also charged with kidnapping the depot's manager Colin Dixon, his wife Lynn and their son Craig.
Stuart Royal, 47, a car salesman, was charged with conspiracy to rob. Kim Shackleton, self-employed, was charged with handling stolen goods.
They are due to appear in court in Maidstone, Kent, today.
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