Three Northampton men charged with breaking into Co-Op store in Olney

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Three men from Northampton have been charged with breaking into a shop and taking a car without consent.

Thames Valley Police has charged the three men in connection with a burglary at a shop in Olney.

Richard Hefford, aged 30, of Telford Street, Upton, Northampton, and Shaun Martin, aged 38, of Darwin Walk, Northampton, were both charged with one count of non-dwelling burglary and one count of being carried in a vehicle taken without the owner’s consent.

Dean Ingram, aged 30, of Kettering Road, Northampton, was charged with one count of non-dwelling burglary and one count of driving a motor vehicle which had been taken without the owner’s consent.

A spokesman for the police said: “All three men were remanded in custody to appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court today.

“The charges are in connection with an incident yesterday in which a burglary took place at Co-op in Stanley Court, Olney, and an incident yesterday in which an Audi was driven.”